Thursday, January 15, 2009

Vanderbilt steps up for Ball in Dr. John Greer

Nationally famed hematologist Dr. John Greer, head of the Department of Hematology at Vanderbilt Medical Center, has purchased tickets for himself and his wife, Gay, to the Music City Inaugural Charity Ball.

Dr. Greer actually held a sign at a local public gathering for President-elect Barack Obama before the Tennessee primary. While he is passionate, his wife is even more sincere, be it in supporting Obama and universal health care or letting Dr. Greer harrass his oncology employees with UT allegiances in the world of black and gold.

His support for the Ball slated for next Tuesday is very valuable. He is the greatest physician I've ever known and provided good assistance to God in saving my life from leukemia more than two years ago. His patients come from as far away as Indiana and all the surrounding states. He is that good and compassionate.

More of the best and brightest from Vanderbilt are wanted for the inaugural ball. Don't worry about missing out on the balls in Washington, D.C. We'll have them on big screen in the ballrooms of the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel at I-65 and Rosa L. Parks Blvd., just west of the state Capitol.

Go to and order your tickets. They'll be available for you at the door.

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