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 7
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
Phil talks with Jen about his long career, and how his personal value of justice impacts all he does. They dicsuss racism, diversity, health equity and how he has grown over the years (and how Providence has grown).
In May 2020, communities across the United States were emerging from shelter-at-home measures put in place to stem the COVID-19 pandemic. In Minneapolis, George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, was killed when a white police officer kneeled on his neck...
Andre shares with his sister Alexis about his journey with sickle cell disease. He was originally diagnosed while he was still in his mothers womb and had a stroke at 2 years-old. On numerous occasions he has had to go...
Frieda was nine yrs-old when the war broke out. Her family tried to get out of Germany, but were stopped by the gestapo. Her father was sent to a camp and killed, but she and her mother and brothers escaped...
Heather shares with her cousin Bria her healthcare journey with sickle cell. This disease does not define her but it has impacted every aspect of her life. With all of the obstacles people with sickle face she says we are...
Shari, who is bi-racial, talks about the racism faced as a small child living in Alabama in the early 60s.
Lika shares stories with Angela about her work dealing with health disparities in the Pacific Islander community.
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.
Chad shares with Montserrat the significance of Juneteenth and what it means to him. The importance knowing your personal and cultural history. Letting his spiritually help guide him when he faces challenges in his life.