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 11
- Providence Home and Community Care 10
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 6
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 5
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 5
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 4
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 3
- Providence Alaska 1
Liz, long time Providence caregiver reflects on her journey to become a social worker and how her spirituality has helped her serve hospice patients
Allan is the recipient of the 2021 nursing Leadership Award and a conversation ensues that provides Allan an opportunity to share his story and view on leadership, philosophy, nursing career, and discrimination towards being gay.
Valerie Bleth-Sharp (51) interviews her mother Diana Martinez-Bleth (79) about her life's work as a nurse, her accomplishments, passions and loves.
Sarah and James shared stories of their careers, hospice and sacred encounters. P
Harriet Thompson (96) speaks with her friend and chaplain, Mollie Mana'o (44) about how they first met when Harriet had come into hospice, her recovery from cancer and their ongoing friendship.
Inese Heinzel (70) and Alison Leras (36), colleagues and friends, discuss creativity, curiosity and how each have impacted their life and work.
arents talk about entering their children in the Intergenerational Learning Center and its importance to them and their children.
Liz and Clarence discuss Clarence's career, faith and family. Through various challenges, including racism, Clarence shares how his faith has brought him through.
Dr. Jeffery Ward reflects on his career as an oncologist and Hospice Medical Director with his colleague and friend, Chery Cline. Jeff then shares his journey after receiving a diagnosis of mucosal melanoma and now receiving hospice care as a...
conversation between long term friends who met in college. One has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer for 6 years and how it has changed her life.
Robert is on hospice with the Providence Hospice LA County program for the unhoused. Robert spent most of his life living on the streets of the South Bay area of Southern California. He spoke with his intake nurse, Briana and...
Carolyn and Marie share with Mike about their career paths and current work
Karen and Rick sit to discuss the early days of hospice care and how far it has come in the last 40 years.
Peter shared with his doctor, Doug Wilson, a little bit about his life and childhood and a recent experience he had involving Dr. Wilson. Peter recently died and came back with CPR and it has had profound affect on his...
Stephanie Williams (59) interviews her colleague and friend Sherry Hayes (61) about her long career as a nurse, hers many years working at Providence and how she takes care of herself and others.
Nancy Cypert (78) talks about illnesses that afflicted her best friend and killed her husband; and her appreciation for TrinityCare Hospice.
RN Beth Gafur (56) interviews her fellow hospice nurse Anna Seaver (67) about how personal bereavement with loss of young son, Randy, led to her nursing career. They discuss learning from their experiences of end of life care.
Two former Hospice Gorge doctors sharing their experiences and things they learned working in Hospice and Palliative Care.
Ronald talked about his childhood and experiences with war throughout his life.
A Bridge of Hope; Peter and Claire look back on their life together that began when Claire met Peter when she he was 6 and she 16 and how they reconnected 20 years later when Claire was a violist in...
Mindy (70) talks with her co-worker Zoe about her 48 year career as a nurse.
Mary Beth Weaver (56) speaks to her friend Mark Rozanski (52) about her youth as an Army brat, love of travel, her relationship with people, challenges of dementia and Alzheimer's and her personal spiritual journey
Lynn (68) shares her story from college professor to hospice volunteer to board member and board chair at TrinityCare.
A history of how Hospice of the Gorge started as told by Dr and Jackie Wade.
Long time volunteer at The Mount and board member talks about years of volunteering as well as her experience with her son with Down Syndrome at The Mount