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 10
- Providence Home and Community Care 4
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
Tran shares her experience of the loss of her premature girl, Bao An Pham Huynh shortly after birth. On the anniversary of her daughter's birth, she is taking the day off to honor her memory. She shares her gratitude for...
Rose talks about her nursing career as a case manager and winning a nurse of the year award. She shares heartbreaking stories about working with COVID patients, losing her mother during the pandemic.
Carolyn and Marie share with Mike about their career paths and current work
Alicia is young and has always led an active life until she was infected with Covid in 2021. She beat the original symptoms, but has since been battling long covid which has taken its toll on her. The worst of...
Colleagues Jessica and Jennifer work on the Mobile Medical Van community outreach program for Providence Health in Sonoma County, California. In order to gain the trust of the homeless community they serve, they take a personalized approach by getting to...
Nursing students, Irene (27) and Breanna (30) discuss starting nursing school during a pandemic.
Beth, a nurse working in information services, recently won a nurse of the year award at Providence. She talks about the joy and rewards of her job, how things have changed because of the pandemic and what she has learned...
Siblings, Darby and Sterling talk about life during COVID.
TJ has always led an active life full of running, biking, working out and travel. All of that has come to an abrupt halt now that she is battling long covid. She is unable to do most of the things...
Lika shares stories with Angela about her work dealing with health disparities in the Pacific Islander community.
A volunteer turned employee reflects on his time at The Mount since he was a baby and why this is a place of friendship and love for him.
Share Christie speaks with Leah Phillips, a nurse, who was with her mom in the ICU during her mothers last days during COVID
Carnell shares his COVID-19 story of spending 297 days in the hospital, losing half his right leg, the toes on his left foot, almost dying several times, and he still has a positive outlook on life.