Education and Training
Undergraduate Medical Education
Residency Training Program
Internal Medicine Pediatrics (Med-Peds) Residency
Child Neurology Residency Program
How to Apply
Child Neurology Residents
Living in Nashville
Child Neurology Resident Resources
Combined Pediatrics Medical Genetics Residency Program
Fellowship Programs
Conferences and Schedules
K12 Mentored Research Scholars Program
Pediatric Physician-Scientist Training Program

Nashville is a vibrant and exciting city with a diverse number of attractions, events, bands, outdoor activities and local "farm-to-table" restaurants to explore! The Music City was recently named the "South's Red-Hot Town" by Time Magazine!

  • Home of country music and healthcare!
  • Nashville metropolitan area consists of 1.9 million people with cost of living around the national average
  • There are multiple safe neighborhoods surrounding the Vanderbilt campus (some within walking distance!) that include affordable apartments, condos and homes
  • Lots of residents with families choose to live in Nashville's fun suburbs with spacious housing, yards and boastful school systems within a15-30 minute commute to work

Fun things to do in Nashville


Annual Food and Music Events:

Nashville Sports

  • The Nashville Predators (Hockey)
  • The Nashville Sounds (Baseball)
  • The Tennessee Titans (NFL) 

Outdoor activities


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