The medical center owes its name to Cornelius Vanderbilt, a New Yorker and once the wealthiest man in America, who bequeathed $1 million for Vanderbilt University at his death in 1877. Today the 832-bed medical center includes Vanderbilt University Hospital, with 600 beds, a children’s hospital, cancer center, psychiatric hospital, rehabilitation hospital and more than 50 satellite clinics. The medical center pioneered electronic medical records 10 years ago and its homegrown system is now commercialized as CareAlign. In Oct. 2010, the medical center announced plans to build a new $200 million medical campus in Franklin, Tenn., to attract fully insured patients in the suburbs.
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