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 152
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 87
- Providence Home and Community Care 74
- Providence Hospice Portland 43
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 22
- Providence Alaska 12
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 11
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 8
- Providence Montana 3
- Providence Texas 2
Home Care LPN Sandra was bit by a dog at a home health visit. Her bite got infected and has had a lingering impact emotionally and physically.
Suzanne and her husband both contracted covid in March of 2021. Her husband did not survive covid, but Suzanne did, but has been dealing with severe symptoms of long-covid ever since. Prior to having covid, Suzanne lived a very active...
Carissa shares with Lynn, her heart transplant coordinator, the story of her two heart transplants and dealing with Ebstein's Anomaly her whole life.
Kimberly worked as a pediatric nurse during the COVID-19 outbreak of 2020, subsequently receiving an award as "a nursing hero of our time." She worked tirelessly to get PPE and scale up operations.
Kami shares with her friend and colleague Liz about what brought her to nursing and where she has been in both her career and her personal life. She talks about nursing being her calling and her personal experiences that impacted...
Brian Kuzel (49) and Genevieve Osayame (56) discuss Brian's career in the church, what brought him to Alaska, his work abroad, and what the future holds.
Co-workers on the intake team for Providence share their experiences in their work and lives. There is comradery on the team and their manager, Natalia is a good leader making for a great work environment.
Daesy Jarquin and Mary Dennis
Prabhjot shares with Sr. Lorrain about his Sikh faith and what it means to him. He talks about its history, faith traditions, message of devotion to God, truthful living, and equality for all.
Christi and Carrie share about some of the tender, joyful, healing moments of Camp Erin to provide a safe and loving place for children who have lost a loved one to be with other children and teens who are also...
Drechelle recounts the birth trauma she experienced with her first child. She was having some health issues, such as very high blood pressure, a sign of preeclampsia. She went on to having an emergency c-section and was hemorrhaging so bad...
Debra and Dan met at Temple shortly before Passover and the holiday has played an important role in their lives. For them it's a reminder of their humble beginnings, coming together, where they've been, and where they're headed. One of...
Lydia and Liz talk about Lydia's career and her journey from India as a young woman to being regional CFO for Providence Home and Community Care in Southern California.
Eric Miller shares with Scott Acord the heartbreaking story of losing his young son and the ways in which it shaped his career and life
Jami, is an only child for their adopted parents and has a complicated relationship with them mainly because of their gender identity of queer/nonbinary. Throughout their life they have struggled with depression and anxiety, but are working through it with...
Karen shares a story about the role her Catholic faith has played in her life and how it has led to her work in mission support at Providence. She also talks about what Christmas means to her and the holiday...
Mirna shares with Melody her immigration story and what led her to a career in healthcare
Sarah Gross, Development Assistant Foundation of Providence Mount St Vincent, describes her impression of "The Mount" and beginning her career there.
Pam, a research scientist contracted covid in December of 2020 and recovered from initial infection, but has struggled with long-covid ever since. Before covid she had a career she loved, had a very active life with her family but long...
Patrick shared in an earlier story about being raised in Foster Care - this is his story once he aged out and the "system" was done with him. Without having been taught much in the way of life-skills, Patrick struggled...
Robert talks about meeting his wife, Ellen, in Hawaii where they both grew up. He also talks about what he has learned about himself to his marriage, being a father, being a social worker and now volunteer.
Cayce shares with Leonard her experience working at Providence and watching how hard everyone was working to combat the pandemic only to find herself on the other side of the windshield when they came out to test her and her...
Rayna (25) and Victoria (27) talk about Rayna's path to Providence, and what brought her to her internship on the Health Equity team. They discuss the importance of Health Equity, and their hopes for the future of healthcare and the...
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.