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 Hospice Portland 3
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 3
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 2
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 2
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 2
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 1
Julie shares with Storey about her introduction to The Mount, her volunteer experience and the resident experiences that touched her.
Teresa retired from Hospice in Petaluma on December 7, 2020. She and Kristen discuss her career as a nurse, what brought her to nursing, to hospice and what advice she would give new nurses
Pou talks about her work as a nurse for Providence Mount St. Vincent, and the health disparities within the Samoan community.
Nancy talks to Janice about her work at Providence and how it aligns with the Providence mission.
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...
Dr. Ahluwalia discusses with Kimi, one of her coaching clients about the work they did and how she is doing one year later. Kimi has faced some stressful issues but feels able to handle with the tools she now has...
Stacie shares about how her role as the Clinical Community Liaison at Providence hospice helps foster teamwork and care for patients. She shares her admiration for the sacrifices, creativity nd deep care she has witnesses in caregivers working in facilities...
Chaplain Kevin Deegan was on service when Dr. Summits wife Jo was on hospice. He shares with Dr. Summit a private conversation he had with Jo. She was an artist and described her pain in colors and how most of...
Meredith talks with her colleague, Liz, about her journey to her nursing career, starting in a veterinary clinic, the Army, and finally Cal State Fullerton. She and Liz talk about working in Home Health and the challenges, and joys of...
Robert talks about meeting his wife, Ellen, in Hawaii where they both grew up. He also talks about what he has learned about himself to his marriage, being a father, being a social worker and now volunteer.
Joyce shares the story of giving birth to her first born and health discrepancies she faced as a woman of color and what she learned and how it helped her when faced with some of the same issues with her...