Hear Me Now is a storytelling program at Providence, created in partnership with StoryCorps. Hear Me Now’s mission is to give patients, loved ones, and caregivers a sacred space to share their stories and make healthcare more humane.
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All Providence Interviews
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 11
- Providence Home and Community Care 5
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 2
- Providence Alaska 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 1
- Providence Texas 1
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 1
- Providence Health & Services 5
- Providence Health & Services - Alaska (2016-2020) 1
- Providence Health & Services - CA NorCal - St. Joseph Health HCC (2019-2020) 1
- Providence Health & Services - South Bay (2016-2020) 1
- Providence Health & Services - St. Joseph and Other SoCal Locations D2D (2016) 1 1 more
Dear friends, Sr. Susanne & Mary Anne, shared stories of their long friendship, what drives them to do the work they love so much, and their faith & faith traditions. Sr. Susanne also talked about have cancer twice and the...
Melli (54) talks with colleague Scott Acord (59) about her journey into healthcare and the discrimination her bi-racial daughter faces from the community and her family.
Mafe & Melissa talk about the work the volunteer work they do to make and distribute hygiene kits to the local homeless population. This seemingly small act of kindness goes a long way to give some dignity and basic healthcare...
Dr. James Beckerman is a physician who volunteers for the World Telehealth Initiative run by Sharon Allen. Through this program they are able to bring healthcare to remote villages all over the globe. Dr. Beckerman currently works with a clinic...
Sarim and her family are Cambodia refugees who came to the US in 1975. She talks with her daughter-in-law, Angela about the barriers she faces with her doctors because her English is not great. How not fully understanding the language...
Carmen opened up with Bentley about a negative experience she had when she took her trans son to seek healthcare. Wanting to ensure that never happened again, Carmen became an advocate for her son's healthcare along with others who needed...
Nadine and Victoria talk about Nadine's leadership style and approach with her team of caregivers.
Holly talks about being an advocate for her trans son and how that led her to bedoming a member of several PFAC (Patient Family Advisory Council) groups before she found one at the Institute for Human Caring that was advocating...
Shortly after Marti's daughter Julia was born she was diagnosed with incontinentia pigmenti. It was affecting her central nervous system and the doctors didn't expect her to live more than a few years. Marti learned everything she could about this...
Tracy Lee sat down with her daughter Diamond on her 50th birthday to share a story of her journey as a child growing up in poverty, forging a path in healthcare and passion for making a difference through inspiration.
Lydia and Liz talk about Lydia's career and her journey from India as a young woman to being regional CFO for Providence Home and Community Care in Southern California.
Rayna (25) and Victoria (27) talk about Rayna's path to Providence, and what brought her to her internship on the Health Equity team. They discuss the importance of Health Equity, and their hopes for the future of healthcare and the...
Cathy Thomas (72) speaks with her niece and goddaughter Katherine "KC" McNaughton (22). Katherine shares how she became involved in hospice care as a volunteer and about her life and studies.
Mirna shares with Melody her immigration story and what led her to a career in healthcare
Christine shares personal stories about the challenges of getting good healthcare as a deaf person. Being disrespected, misinterpreted, and not being able to trust doctors and others in the healthcare system.
Dr. Komatsu talks about the importance of listening in healthcare. The first step to providing good healthcare is listening to the patient before deciding on a treatment plan. Another step to providing good healthcare is to involve the patient in...
Willie, a native Alaskan Iñupiaq, speaks with Angela about how the influx of Russians, Europeans and Americans into Alaska has had on their culture, health and livelihood. Outsiders unintentionally brought diseases decimating much of the native Alaskan populations. Unable to...
Leonard shares with Cayce his story about his father was in the military and they lived all over only to move back to his home state of Texas and how he reluctantly became a weather man to working in healthcare.
Two caregivers share their perspectives on their work in home healthcare and the insurance process Serendipity brought Kimberly to Providence. For Dianne, her grandmothers' health journey led her to want to work in healthcare so she could make a difference...