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Vanderbilt Health offers rapid PCR testing for COVID-19 in our Walk-In Clinics and Vanderbilt Health Clinic at Walgreens locations. The availability of rapid tests is limited, and they are provided on a first come, first served basis. Unfortunately, we cannot be certain that a given location will have a rapid test available when you arrive.
Cookeville Regional Medical Center is an award-winning, state-of-the-art 269-bed regional medical center that serves the entire 14-county Upper Cumberland region and employs a staff of 2,450, with more than 200 physicians and other providers on its medical staff representing 40 medical and surgical specialties.
FILE - Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn., is pictured on July 16, 2013. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File) Author: KIMBERLEE KRUESI Associated Press
My Health at Vanderbilt is a secure tool that puts your health record in your hands. This mobile version includes some of our most popular features, with convenient access on the go. Access your current My Health at Vanderbilt account on the app to: • View your record • Message your doctor’s office • Request an appointment
Project Safe is a confidential (limited) resource; other confidential resources on campus include the Psychological and Counseling Center, Student Health, and the University chaplains. Reports may be made to and assistance is also available through Vanderbilt’s Title IX Coordinator (615-343-9004) and VUPolice Department .