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 11
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 2
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
Nursing students, Irene (27) and Breanna (30) discuss starting nursing school during a pandemic.
Liz and Clarence discuss Clarence's career, faith and family. Through various challenges, including racism, Clarence shares how his faith has brought him through.
Sister of Providence discusses her changing work in the Providence community.
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...
Lynn (68) shares her story from college professor to hospice volunteer to board member and board chair at TrinityCare.
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.
Gemma talks about her journey that lead her to Providence St. Joseph.
Friends and former Providence colleagues, Alex and Bree, have different views of the first time they met. They do both agree on the positive influence they have had on each other over the last 10 years.
Tue and Joseph, both Vietnamese and raised Catholic in the U.S. talk about the role of Catholicism in their life. Buddhism is very prevalent in the Vietnamese culture also plays a role in their spiritual lives.
Laura shares with Aimee stories of her mother’s caring, compassion, and love for others and how witnessing this has inspired Laura to continue to serve others in need. Laura and Aimee talk about serving and reaching out to communities whose...
Christian wanted to be a nurse from an early age after watching his immigrant mother get her nursing degree and help lift the family out of poverty. He also talks about his work with Stop the Bleed.
Tatiana shares with Mike her story about becoming a nurse and how COVID-19 touched her family. Being an ICU nurse at St. Johns in Santa Monica where her mother was an ICU patient.