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 97
- Providence Home and Community Care 32
- Providence Hospice Portland 21
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 10
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 5
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 5
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 3
- Providence Alaska 2
- Providence Montana 1
- Providence Texas 1
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...
Suzy & Rebecca both work for Providence Health in Napa California, but met because of their love of volunteer work they love to do in their community. One of those community outreach programs Providence works with is the Napa Resource...
Mitch and Debbie discuss their experiences volunteering together for several organizations, especially Prov Camp Erin.
Nanci speaks about her experience working at a retirement home for priests during COVID. She highlights the importance of building trusting relationships. the reciprocal nature of love, and importance of self-care.
Michele talks with her dad Col. James Manning about how his Army career led him to Washington State. James explains the importance of a living will and advance directive.
Eva was eight months old when Hitler come to power. Her father was part of the resistance and fled with her and her brothers to Marseille, France then on to Lyon where he continued to fight for the resistance. Her...
Jorge (45) shares his journey with Angela (43) of how he went from humble beginnings to his rebellious teenage years to getting multiple degrees including a PhD.
Bhargav shares with the story of his Hindu faith with Sr. Lorraine. Bhargav, talks about, Mandala, the 41-day period of fasting and prayer to transform human to god, to show love to the Lord Ayyappa. During this time the devotees...
A history of how Hospice of the Gorge started as told by Dr and Jackie Wade.
Bruce Moos always says pigs put him through college and set him on the path of making a positive impact on the lives of may others. Being a beloved teacher of animal husbandry he influenced for good, children, and youth...
Shari shares with Scott about her faith in Jesus and how it has given her strength to move beyond some of the childhood traumas.
Jane, a self-described pansexual with ADHD, grew up in an ultra conservative family with a professor for a father. An awkward child, unable to achieve perfection in school or meet her parents’ other unobtainable standards, Jane turned to food and...
Co-Workers Kenna and Solomon discuss Solomon's journey as a trans-man and how it relates to and influences his career as a hospice nurse.
Lika shares stories with Angela about her work dealing with health disparities in the Pacific Islander community.
Olivia Ramos, Providence employee and veteran Camp Erin volunteer shares with Carrissa a fellow Camp Erin volunteer about her relationship with Erin Metcalf before she died of cancer at age 17 and how that relationship with Erin and her family...
Description: Kaylea talks about being the Infection Preventionist in a Long-term Care Community at the Mount and what that has been like during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares her perspective of the best and worst parts of pandemic life working...
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...
Amy talks with Valerie about her long career as a PA for cardiac surgery and TAVOR program at Overlake, and how rewarding this career path has been.
Shari, who is bi-racial, talks about the racism faced as a small child living in Alabama in the early 60s.
Shari recalls the story of how she met the love of her life, the six foot-five, John Small. She was married at the time, but was instantly drawn to his charm and good looks. They quickly developed a deep friendship...
Terra shares with colleague, Julia, how a series of doors kept opening and drawing her that led her to chaplaincy and hospice work. How she has found hospice work to be incredibly rewarding.
Samantha talks with Scott about her miscarriage and the emotional impact.
Rajasri shares important tenants of her Tamil culture and Hindu faith. She also goes in to great detail of one of her favorite ritual of the female goddess Lakshmi and its meaning to her and her family. Lakshmi is one...
Mireille's family was living a very nice life in Brussels, Belgium when the Nazis swept through Europe. Her father had a successful business making outerwear and when the Nazis got to Brussels, they commandeered the factory, keeping him on to...