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Our storytelling and listening program offers a safe place to record your story and make healthcare more humane.

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Be heard

Our storytelling and listening program offers a sacred place to record your story and make healthcare more humane.

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We started Hear Me Now in 2016, at first with StoryCorps. Hear Me Now has the largest library of recordings of any healthcare system. Hear Me Now celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion to promote trust, understanding and healing.

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Storytelling has been an important part of Providence’s culture for more than 160 years. The founding Sisters used storytelling to spread the mission of service to all, especially the poor and vulnerable. Hear Me Now is part of this tradition.

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Hear Me Now podcast: Conversations that matter Episode 46: Gender-affirming care for kids

The Standard of Care for Pediatric Patients. A discussion of the accepted standard of care when assessing and treating pediatric patients whose gender expression is different from what was assigned at birth. In addition to clinicians and public health experts, we hear from parents of trans+ kids, others who love them, and trans+ kids themselves.


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