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Future of Health Radio has a variety of podcast programs that examine various topics in healthcare with a panel of doctors and experts from the Providence network. Please go listen and subscribe to the new podcast programs presented by Providence including Talk With A Doc, Culture of Health, His Health, Her Health, Talk2BeWell, Innovations of Health, Providence Cares and more...
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Hear Me Now: Grief in the time of COVID

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Heart to Start: Our Community Stories: Katie Reed
Finding and creating a supportive community is ideal for sustained success. As Heart to Start is one large community, our friends participating in each season also strengthen their own personal communities too. As our program is 100% virtual this year, it's important that participants find connections close to home to provide the social interaction, accountability, and maybe even some shared goals to follow throughout the season. Hear from one of our original participants and some of her friends who've connected from our program and have continued to build their friendships over the years. Get more information or register for Heart to Start at hearttostart.org. 
28:16
December 2, 2021
Heart to Start: You Have the Heart to Start!
When starting a new exercise program or mapping a training plan, there's planning involved to set yourself up for success. One of the often forgotten, yet very important, tools is your mental plan-mindset, goal setting, creating a supportive community. You're in luck as we have our friend, and certified mental performance coach sharing all the tools to get your mental approach dialed in and ready for the season.  Get more information or register for Heart to Start at hearttostart.org. 
22:41
December 2, 2021
Heart to Start: Celebrating 10 Years
As we celebrate the start of our 10th year, we take a look back to where it all started with a visit from a few friends who've been with us since day one and who continue the work to advocate within their communities. You'll be energized and inspired to get started with our 12-week season!  Get more information or sign up to register at hearttostart.org.
35:32
December 2, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Detriments of Expectations + Extra Pressure Put on High School Teens
In this episode, we discuss the detriments of expectations and extra pressures put on high school teens. We'll talk about how the school experience is different for students now compared to 10-20 years ago, or even 2 years ago, and how those differences impact their mental health
31:09
December 1, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Performative Activism
Today's discussion is about the importance of what we can really do to help a cause versus promoting a cause to help our own image. If you are looking for support with your mental health, or any other medical questions, please visit Providence.org and for parents, teachers and students check out Work2bewell.org.
30:52
December 1, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Anxieties in School
In this episode of Talk2BeWell, we'll discuss the anxieties of being back in school after such a long hiatus and about how to recognize and manage these anxieties. 
33:46
December 1, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Relationships
Healthy relationships can help improve your mental health and can be a major support when you are struggling too.  Creating and keeping healthy relationships takes work and communication and it’s important to create boundaries on unhealthy relationships too.  In this Episode, Dr. Robin Henderson talks candidly with 1 college freshman 2 high school teens on relationships.
32:04
December 1, 2021
Let's Finish Cancer: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness
In this episode of Let's Finish Cancer, we are discussing pancreatic cancer with Dr. Jennifer L. Pasko, a specialist in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery. Dr. Pasko speaks with Mary Renouf about what pancreatic cancer looks like today in regards to diagnosis, treatment and survivability, advancements we've made and what it looks like for the coming years.
31:02
November 22, 2021
Let's Finish Cancer: Lung Cancer Research Study
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Jiten Patel, a critical care specialist and pulmonologist about his latest lung cancer research study and what it could mean for the treatment of lung cancer in the coming years.
30:26
November 22, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Bariatrics + Bariatric Surgery
Host Mary Renouf speaks with, Dr. Houman Solomon, Director of Bariatric Surgery at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center about what bariatric surgery is, the different types of surgeries available and who are the best candidates for weight loss surgery.
40:03
September 20, 2021
The Giveback: Montana Regional Annual Report to Our Communities
An important part of the Providence Mission is the work that is being done with partners and within our communities. The Sisters of Providence have been in Montana for 150 years serving the poor and vulnerable, and the community benefits program is one way we continue their legacy. Learn how Providence Montana invested to help support the health and wellbeing within their region, by assessing and fulfilling the needs of their community.
23:45
September 20, 2021
Let's Finish Cancer: Childhood Cancer-Child Life Specialists, Nurses + Other Good Guys
Play therapy is serious business for certified child life specialists, and they have an unlimited number of tools to help kids adjust to their new health needs. Along with nurses, they create a dynamic duo to support kids undergoing treatment for cancer and provide the right resources for the whole family.
31:04
September 20, 2021
Let's Finish Cancer: Childhood Cancer-Meeting the Ultimate Bad Guy
Cancer. The single word diagnosis can change family dynamics in an instant. Dr. Mike Barsotti, Chief Medical Officer at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center talks about the impact of childhood cancer and the resources available to support all members of the family. Plus, he talks about all members of the care team and what families can expect from each professional.
32:12
September 16, 2021
Culture of Health: Tyron Woodley + Mental Health
Host Mary Renouf chats with 5x @UFC welterweight champion, American professional mixed martial artist, and broadcast analyst, Tyron Woodley about everything mentalhealth. We discuss the stigma around mental health, admitting you need help and how to ask for it, and much more! For more mental health resources, visit: work2bewell.org
37:13
September 10, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Grief
It's okay to not be okay!  We've all lost a lot this year: loved ones, pets, sports, events, relationships and more.   In this episode, Dr. Robin Henderson is joined by a college freshman and two high school students as they share their journeys and experiences with grief and what has helped them along the way. For more resources, visit: work2bewell.org #Talk2bewell #work2bewell #bewell #mentalhealth #grief
30:45
September 8, 2021
Let's Talk Mental Health: Mindsets-Deliberative + Implemental, Promotional + Preventative
Let's Talk Mental Health is a show focused on all aspects of mental health and wellness, and how it impacts our physical health. We will share stories and speak with behavioral health experts to normalize conversations around mental health, and the need for occasional support. Our goal is to reduce stigma and provide our listeners with the tools and resources they need to lead physically and mentally healthy lives.
34:14
September 3, 2021
Talk With A Doc: GERD and the TIF Treatment Procedure
Dr. Phuong Nguyen, MD, Director of Advanced Endoscopy at Providence and Lorraine Peterson, a GERD patient, provide us with in-depth insights into the experience, treatments and procedures needed to cure and manage the disease. Lorraine shares her very personal journey of overcoming the challenges and finding the strength to make lifestyle changes.
35:11
August 11, 2021
Let's Talk Mental Health: Mental Health + the Latinx Communities
Karen Rentas, PhD., speaks with host Mary Renouf about mental health in the Latinx communities and how culture and traditions play a role.
33:15
August 7, 2021
His Health: Cardiac Health for Men
In this episode of His Health, host Rick Malambri speaks with Dr. Dan Getz of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center about cardiac health for men. His Health is sponsored by Boston Scientific and produced by Providence. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the His Health podcast to hear more important topics on men's health!!
29:37
August 5, 2021
His Health: Nutrition + Whole Body Health for Men
In this episode of His Health, host Rick Malambri speaks with Dr. Dan Getz of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center about nutrition and whole body health for men. His Health is sponsored by Boston Scientific and produced by Providence. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the His Health podcast to hear more important topics on men's health!!
33:56
August 5, 2021
Talk2BeWell: The Defensive Line-Suicide Prevention + Mental Health
Laurie Kelley, Chief Philanthropy Officer and SVP at Providence is joined by NFL Defensive End, Solomon Thomas and his The Defensive Line co- founders, Martha and Chris Thomas. They discuss BIPOC Mental Health, the reason behind their foundation and suicide prevention.
42:56
August 5, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Transitioning from High School to College + Mental Health
Leaving high school to head off to college can be exciting and scary. Dr. Robin Henderson is joined by 3 Work2BeWell seniors getting ready to head to campus. They will discuss peer pressure, campus safety, leaving home and techniques to take care of their mental health in college.
36:27
August 5, 2021
Let's Talk Mental Health: Mental Health + the AAPI Community
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Anna Nguyen, Licensed Family + Marriage Therapist on the important topic of mental health in the AAPI community. They discuss the stigma of mental health along with how culture and norms play a role in how the topic of mental health is treated in the AAPI community.
37:18
July 26, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Alaska Teen Mental Health Town Hall
Providence Alaska behavioral health caregivers and community partners are working toward increasing knowledge and resources for teens and college-aged people throughout Alaska. Listen to this Town Hall discussion to learn more about how to access mental health services for youth.
01:15:25
July 26, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Youth Perspectives on the COVID-19 Vaccines
Dr. Robin Henderson speaks with members of the Work2BeWell National Student Advisory Council about their views and perspectives on the COVID-19 vaccines and their commitment to wellness.
30:56
July 26, 2021
His Health: Prostate Cancer
Host Rick Malambri speaks with Dr. James Kuan about prostate cancer-signs, symptoms and treatments. Make sure to tune in to this important discussion! His Health is sponsored by Boston Scientific and produced by Providence. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the His Health podcast to hear more important topics on men's health!!
42:38
July 16, 2021
His Health: Enlarged Prostate
In this episode of His Health, host Rick Malambri speaks with Urologist, Dr. James Kuan of Swedish in Seattle about enlarged prostate, or BPH. They discuss what it is, what it means for men's health, causes, and different treatments. His Health is sponsored by Boston Scientific and produced by Providence. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the His Health podcast to hear more important topics on men's health!!
34:28
July 6, 2021
His Health: Erectile Dysfunction
In this episode of His Health, host Rick Malambri speaks with Urologist, Dr. James Kuan of Swedish in Seattle about erectile dysfunction. They discuss the causes of ED, different treatments and how it's much more common in men than you might realize. His Health is sponsored by Boston Scientific and produced by Providence. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the His Health podcast to hear more important topics on men's health!!
44:06
June 29, 2021
His Health: Check-Ups + Health Screenings for Men
In the premiere episode of His Health, host Rick Malambri speaks with Urologist, Dr. James Kuan of Swedish Medical Center in Seattle about the basics of men's health. What check-ups and health screenings men need and when they need them. His Health is sponsored by Boston Scientific and produced by Providence. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the His Health podcast to hear more important topics on men's health!!
38:56
June 18, 2021
Talk With A Doc: St. Jude Longhauler Recovery Program
For some, recovery from COVID-19 takes substantially longer than it does for others, and it leaves behind a host of continuing health problems. Teams of professionals may be a part of the care team for longhaulers, including physical therapy, speech language pathologists, physical rehabilitation, and nutrition and wellness experts. This discussion highlights the work being done by programs at St. Jude Medical Center in Texas.
32:05
June 11, 2021
Hear Me Now: Pregnancy Loss
As many as a quarter of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. But that doesn't make it easy to talk about. On today's program, we explore early pregnancy loss, the way individuals often cope with the trauma alone, silently, and how the loss can persist for years -- sometimes, even a lifetime.
53:25
June 8, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Stroke Care
Mary Renouf and neurologist Dr. Matthew Ho talk about strokes and stroke care. What are the signs and symptoms of a stroke, the FAST method of recognizing a stroke and what to do when you see these signs.
33:09
June 8, 2021
Talk With A Doc: IBS Awareness Month-Optimal Gut Health + Nutritional Healing
Today's experts discuss Irritable Bowel Syndrome, the ROME 4 criteria of IBS, benefits of the elimination diet, identifying fodmaps, and obtaining optimal gut health with nutrition.
30:22
June 8, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Stroke Care
Mary Renouf and neurologist Dr. Matthew Ho talk about strokes and stroke care. What are the signs and symptoms of a stroke, the FAST method of recognizing a stroke and what to do when you see these signs.
33:09
June 8, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Weight Management with the Community Wellness Program
Mary Renouf and dietician Caitlin Snider discuss the various weight management programs in the Community Wellness Program along with tools for weight loss and weight management.
34:58
June 8, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Lower Back Pain
Host Mary Renouf discusses lower back pain with Dr. Mark Basiratmand. What are some causes and treatments that can help your pain...
29:30
June 8, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Isabella Mercado + Mental Health
Isabella Mercado, college student and influencer, speaks with Mary Renouf about her experiences with mental health as a young woman in today's society, body positivity and how being part of the Latinx community has played a role in her mental wellness.
39:37
June 8, 2021
Culture of Health: Black Birth Empowerment Initiative
The Black Birth Empowerment Initiative (BBEI - pronounced “Bay”) is a component of the Swedish Doula Program that seeks to honor Black lives by centering and uplifting the Black birth experience with culturally congruent doula care. The Black Birth Empowerment Initiative provides doula care created for us by us to empower Black/African American clients for delivery and after their baby arrives. BBEI was created to address the disparities in the black community including disproportionately higher prenatal complications, stillbirths, postpartum complications, and increased mortality rates for both the mother and child. Learn more https://www.swedish.org/services/doula-services/black-birth-empowerment-initiative
36:46
June 7, 2021
Innovations of Health: Workforce Housing - The Missing Middle
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30:41
May 19, 2021
Innovations of Health: The Providence Commitment to Go Carbon Negative by 2030: One Year in Review
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35:21
May 19, 2021
Innovations of Health: Environmental Leaders of Our Future
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30:28
May 19, 2021
Innovations of Health: DexCare Spinout
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32:43
May 19, 2021
Innovations of Health: RESO-Strategic Facility Planning in a Rapidly Changing Healthcare Environment, Pt. 2
**Search for our podcast "Innovations of Health" and SUBSCRIBE!** A panel of experts from Providence discusses the idea of going from Healthcare 1.0, a hospital-centric mentality, and expanding into Healthcare 2.0, which is looking at different factors that affect the overall health of the broader communities, like housing, food availability and wellness, and how they are intertwined, can allow us to make improvements and develop programs that lead towards a healthier environment and community at large.
29:58
May 19, 2021
Hear Me Now: Year of the Nurse
In this episode of Hear Me Now, we speak with Syl Trepanier, Chief Nursing Officer for Providence, about what the pandemic has taught us about the profession of nursing and what we still have to learn. It's become very clear, especially during the pandemic, how important it is to bring science to the bedside, and that role, more than any other, belongs to nurses.
45:25
May 18, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Providence Alaska-Teen Behavioral Health
Olympic Gold Medalist, Kikkan Randall, Nadine Baker, Ph.D., and Brandy Stratman, LCSW discuss youth behavioral health in Alaska. To educate the community about the importance of mental health & to help parents talk to their kids about mental health. We want to increase knowledge or resources for teens/college-age and encourage them to access the resources themselves or for their friends.  *If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health there are free mental health resources and tools at work2bewell.org  *For our audience in Alaska, you can always reach out to The Alaska Careline 1-877-266-4357 or text 4help to 8398633-11 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  *For crisis support anywhere please reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Available 24 hours in English and Spanish. 800-273-8255 For text support Text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis counseling.
31:31
May 18, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Racial Trauma
In this episode of Talk2BeWell, we discuss racial trauma and how it affects youth in our communities and their mental health. *If you are in need of assistance or looking for resources, please visit https://work2bewell.org/. **Make sure you don't miss upcoming important discussions on Talk2BeWell! Search for our Talk2BeWell podcast and subscribe!**
40:28
May 18, 2021
Hear Me Now: Palliative Care
In this episode of Hear Me Now, a conversation with Dr. Diane Meier, professor of geriatrics and palliative medicine at Mt. Sinaia School of Medicine, about increasing access to quality palliative care programs and the state of palliative care today.
57:27
May 9, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Students for a Healthy Oregon
Student's for a Healthy Oregon, a coalition of students activists developing mental health legislation, speak with Dr. Robin Henderson about the bill they are currently working on and why mental health is important to them.
32:55
May 9, 2021
Talk2BeWell: College Decision-Making + Applications
In this episode of Talk2BeWell, we discuss the college admission application process and how to decide which is the best college for you.
37:57
May 9, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Transgender Day of Visibility
Join Dr. Robin Henderson and guests, Billie and Paula as they discuss transgender mental health and education on Transgender Day of Visibility. For more episodes search for Talk2BeWell on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
38:17
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Teen Well Checks + What to Expect
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Katheryn Hudon about what to expect from a pediatric well-check visit for a teen. What questions the pediatrician generally asks, important exams, vaccinations for that age group and transitioning from pediatrician to an "adult" doctor. For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
36:06
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: COVID Longhaulers + Facts About Vaccines
In today's episode, we discuss COVID Longhaulers Syndrome and its signs and symptoms along with the COVID vaccinations. For more updates on the vaccines visit: https://coronavirus.providence.org/covid-vaccine For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
21:57
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Providence HMR Weight Management-Insights Into Successful Weight Loss
Rick Riess and Dr. Frances Broyles discuss the Providence HMR Weight Management program. The challenges of weight loss, especially during a pandemic, and insights into tools and tips for finding success with managing your weight. For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
34:41
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Tobacco Cessation
Quitting tobacco is the single most important step you can take to protect your health and the health of your family. In this episode, host Mary Renouf speaks with Katie Maisch of Inland Northwest Health Services' tobacco cessation program, Quit For Good. For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
33:37
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Medical Myths + Misconceptions
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Daniel Getz and they get to the truth to some of the medical myths and misconceptions many of us have. They discuss the COVID vaccine, stroke and heart attack symptoms, does that green mucus really mean you have an infection and more. Don't miss this interesting and informative episode. For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE! 
34:43
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: The Mediterranean Diet
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Mark Basiratmand about the Mediterranean Diet. They discuss the health benefits, why so many health experts are recommending it and the history of this style of eating. For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
30:29
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: HR Corner: COVID Vaccines Myths + Facts
In this pre-recorded Live episode, some of our doctors and experts answer questions about the COVID vaccines. What's true, what's not true and what we know at this point.   For more updates on the vaccines visit: https://coronavirus.providence.org/covid-vaccine For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
32:16
April 16, 2021
Talk With A Doc: COVID Variants + Mutations: What We Know + What It Means
In this pre-recorded Live episode, we have experts discussing the new COVID variants-what we know so far and how this will affect the ongoing pandemic. For more updates on the vaccines visit: https://coronavirus.providence.org/covid-vaccine For more episodes search for Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platform and SUBSCRIBE!
29:21
April 16, 2021
Culture of Health: Mental Health + the COVID Vaccine Town Hall
In this pre-recorded live town hall event, host Josh Cutler speaks with Cat Zingano, Deya Direct, Veronica, Pome'e and Dr. Danny Rodriguez. They discuss mental health during the pandemic, especially how it has affected the BIPOC community and thoughts about the COVID vaccines. *This episode is a previously recorded Facebook/LinkedIn Town Hall event.* For more conversations that matter, please Subscribe to the Culture of Health podcast. For more information on all of our programs, please visit Providence.org. Find us on Facebook and Instagram @providencehealthsystem and on Twitter @providence.
01:01:31
April 16, 2021
Culture of Health: Empowering Women + Unpacking Disparities in Healthcare
In this episode of Culture of Health, Beverly Murray, a Regional Chief HR Officer of Providence, speaks with Kenya Beckmann, Regional Chief Philanthropy Officer of Providence in Southern California about her journey to becoming a female executive and the topics of health equity for women and the BIPOC community, social inequalities, disparities in healthcare and how she has helped the underserved communities in Southern California throughout the pandemic. For more conversations that matter, please Subscribe to the Culture of Health podcast. For more information on all of our programs, please visit Providence.org. Find us on Facebook and Instagram @providencehealthsystem and on Twitter @providence.
45:32
April 16, 2021
Culture of Health: COVID and Vaccines Town Hall Pt. 2 - Spanish
This is part 2 of our Spanish-speaking town hall where experts discuss COVID-19 and important information about the vaccines. *This episode is a previously recorded Town Hall Live event* For more conversations that matter, please Subscribe to the Culture of Health podcast. For more information on all of our programs, please visit Providence.org. Find us on Facebook and Instagram @providencehealthsystem and on Twitter @providence.
27:03
April 16, 2021
Hear Me Now: Medical Technology
In today's medical community, technology is a key element, but how do we keep medicine human? In this episode of Hear Me Now, we'll be discussing the intersection between technology and medicine. *Look for previous episodes by searching for Hear Me Now on your favorite podcast platform.* 
25:22
April 16, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Seeking Help + Finding Support
In this episode of Talk2BeWell, we discuss finding resources and seeking help for your mental health.
39:40
March 30, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Social Media + Body Image
Join Dr. Robin Henderson and members of the Work2BeWell Teen National Advisory Council as they discuss social media and body image from a teen's perspective. Work2BeWell Crisis Line Resources: https://work2bewell.org/crisis-lines/
34:34
March 1, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Teen Sleep
How important is sleep in a teen's life? Dr. Robin Henderson talks with Lily and Lianna from Work2BeWell National Advisory Council. *Work2BeWell Resources: https://work2bewell.org/crisis-lines/*
27:42
March 1, 2021
Talk2BeWell: Mental Health Spiraling
We've all let our minds spiral something that's not a big deal into one. Hear from Dr. Robin Henderson, Dominic, Molly, and Catherine on how they deal with mental spiraling in this episode of Talk2BeWell. We discuss what mental health spiraling is, what it feels like, recognizing your triggers and methods for working through it or stopping it before it feels out of control.  *This topic may be triggering for some. Please take care when listening.* https://work2bewell.org/crisis-lines/
35:33
March 1, 2021
Hear Me Now: Caring for the First COVID Patient in the United States
In this episode, we talk with two of the nurses that cared for the first U.S. COVID patient in Everett, Washington as we reflect on nursing's role in what was not yet a pandemic. This is the story of how training and education prepared Providence to care for the first COVID patient before they even arrived.
58:50
February 26, 2021
Hear Me Now: Unsung Heroes
Behind the scenes of a pandemic. We'll meet some of the people who have kept hospitals and care teams working during a year of extraordinary and unprecedented stress. In this episode, we are singing the praises of the Unsung Heroes.
49:05
February 19, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Homeschooling + Internet Safety for Kids + Teens
Dr. Roseann Getchell and Dr. Tyson Payne continue their important discussion on homeschooling kids and teens during COVID. In this episode, internet safety, social isolation, social anxiety, cyber-bullying are all topics that are tackled, along with keeping our kids positive during this difficult time. *This episode was pre-recorded as a live event.*  For more conversations that matter, subscribe to the Talk With A Doc podcast. You can also find more information on upcoming podcast episodes and our Facebook/LinkedIn Live events on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn @providencehealthsystem.
32:02
February 9, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Social Isolation + Mental Health
Dr. Robin Henderson and Brette Borow discuss social isolation during the pandemic and how it can affect your mental health. The difference between social isolation and loneliness, how these feelings are impacting our mental health and some solutions for helping ourselves and others when these feelings take hold.  *This episode was pre-recorded as a live event.*   For more conversations that matter subscribe to the Talk With A Doc podcast. You can also find more information on upcoming podcast episodes and our Facebook/LinkedIn Live events on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn @providencehealthsystem.
31:47
February 9, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Express Care + Self Care
In this episode we discuss bridging the gap between self care and Express Care. How regular check-ups, wellness exams and health maintenance should be a part of your self care plan and the role the Providence Express Care program can play.   *This episode was pre-recorded as a live event.*   For more conversations that matter subscribe to the Talk With A Doc podcast. You can also find more information on upcoming podcast episodes and our Facebook/LinkedIn Live events on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn @providencehealthsystem.
32:18
February 9, 2021
Talk With A Doc: COVID, Homeschooling + Teen Mental Health
Dr. Roseann Getchell and Dr. Tyson Payne discuss homeschooling kids and teens during COVID and how it might be affecting their mental health. Social isolation, social anxiety, keeping your kids and teens motivated and what will going back to in-person school look like are all topics that are tackled in this important discussion along with keeping our kids positive during this difficult time.   *This episode was pre-recorded as a live event.*  For more conversations that matter, subscribe to our Talk With A Doc podcast. You can also find more information on upcoming podcast episodes and our Facebook/LinkedIn Live events on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn @providencehealthsystem.
28:34
February 9, 2021
Culture of Health: Mental Health in the BIPOC Community and How It's Affected By Societal + Cultural Differences
James Simmons hosts this important conversation about mental health and the BIPOC community. Panelists Rosie Mercado, Nina Chantele, YoNasDa Lonewolf, Vanessa Casillas discuss societal and cultural differences in the BIPOC communities and how racial identity, ethnicity, cultural traditions and norms, and the communities they grew up in affected their own mental health and what obstacles they have had in achieving mental wellness. *This episode is a previously recorded Town Hall Live.* For more conversations that matter, please Subscribe to the Culture of Health podcast. For more information on all of our programs, please visit Providence.org. Find us on Facebook and Instagram @providencehealthsystem and on Twitter @providence.
01:16:40
February 9, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Letting Go of 2020 and Finding Hope in 2021
James Q. Simmons, NP, speaks with Robin Henderson, Chief Executive of Behavioral Health of Providence Oregon, reflect on letting go of the negatives of 2020 and thinking about what the positives were so we can bring those forward in 2021 and find some hope after a difficult year.  *This episode was recorded previously as a Live event.*
33:32
January 15, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Helping Those That Help Others: Caregiver Support Program
Laurie Kelley, Josh Cutler and Roger Dowdy discuss the Providence Caregiver Support Program that provides behavioral health assistance and resources to all caregivers, especially during the challenging time of the pandemic. *In 2021, find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
31:56
January 15, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Behavioral Health Services in the ER + Urgent Care
One in eight patients that visit the emergency room are in need of behavioral health services or in mental health crisis. Laura Knapp and Katie Gilligan discuss the need for behavioral health services to urgent care and emergency room departments and the benefit of that whole health care for patients and the Behavioral Health Urgent Care in Everett, Washington. *In 2021, find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
26:08
January 15, 2021
Talk With A Doc: Neurology + Mental Health
Host Meredith Cunningham speaks with Dr. Katie Hendley, a neurologist and Dr. Valeria Johnson, a clinical psychologist, about the addition of a clinical psychologist to the neurology team at Covenant Health and how that has positively impacted whole patient care within their department and the ability to improve quality of life for patients with neurological disease.  *In 2021, find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
24:50
January 15, 2021
Hear Me Now: Healthcare Politics
Ali Santore, Senior VP of Government Affairs and Social Responsibility for Providence and Julie Rovner, Chief Washington Correspondent for Kaiser Health News and host of the all-women panelist podcast, “What the Health?”, join us for a conversation about the opportunities and challenges members of the new Biden administration face as they work to mend the nation, deal with the nation's response to a deadly pandemic, and advance access to care for underserved populations in what is now a four trillion-dollar healthcare business in America.
41:38
January 15, 2021
Talk With A Doc: COVID and Seasonal Mood Fluctuations
In today's episode, the panel discuss mental wellness and how COVID and seasonal mood disorders and fluctuations can affect your mental well-being. *In 2021, find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
31:41
December 29, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Importance of Kindness + Compassion to Mental Wellness
Dr. Robin Henderson and Dr. Nate Goins discuss how kindness and compassion can improve your overall mental wellness. *In 2021, find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
30:53
December 29, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Mental Wellness-Coping with the COVID Holidays
Dr. Robin Henderson and Dr. James Simmons discuss how to cope and stay mentally well over the holidays during the COVID pandemic.  *Find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
33:47
December 28, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Value of a Primary Care Doctor
Brette Borow and Dr. Doug Koekkoek discuss the importance and value of having a primary care doctor where the goal is prevention and disease management.  *Find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
30:21
December 28, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Holiday Safety During the COVID Era
Angela Marith and Dr. Rhonda Medows discuss how best to keep you and your loved ones safe over the holidays during the pandemic.  *Find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
11:01
December 28, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Lifestyle Medicine
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Jan Carlo Zegarra discuss Lifestyle Medicine and its benefits. 
33:49
December 28, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Everything You Need to Know About the Flu This Season
Dr. Michael Ravelo and Brette Borow discuss what you need to know about the flu season while we are in the midst of a global pandemic.  *Find new episodes of Talk With A Doc on your favorite podcast platforms by searching "Talk With A Doc" and subscribe to keep up to date! You can also listen at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence57.
28:60
December 28, 2020
Her Health: Women's Heart Health
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Lori Tam discuss women's heart health--what societal, physical and lifestyle issues might increase a woman's potential for heart disease, how to lower your risks and how to keep your heart healthy. *Look for Season 2 of Her Health in 2021. Find new episodes by searching "Her Health" on your favorite podcast platform or going to the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5
35:27
December 28, 2020
Culture of Health: COVID and Vaccines Town Hall - Spanish
In today's Culture of Health episode, we have a Town Hall on COVID and the new COVID vaccines for our Spanish-speaking listeners. Get the information you need about this new phase of the pandemic. Host Mary Ann Walker Aguirre, Founder Los Defensores and 1800 THE LAW2 LLC Director of the Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation speaks with doctors and experts from Providence.  En el episodio de hoy Cultura de la Salud, tenemos  un Ayuntamiento en COVID y las nuevas vacunas COVID para nuestros oyentes de habla hispana. Obtenga la información que necesita sobre esta nueva fase de la pandemia. La anfitriona Mary Ann Walker Aguirre, Fundadora Los Defensores y 1800 THE LAW2 LLC Directora de la Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation habla con médicos y expertos de Providence.
56:18
December 24, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Vaccines 101 - COVID 19
Dr. Becca Bartles and Michelle James of Providence discuss the COVID-19 vaccines. What you need to know about the vaccines now that they are here, possible side affects, how it will be dispersed and more. 
30:08
December 18, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Chiropractic Wellness
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Jan Carlo Zegarra about chiropractic care and how it aids in overall wellness. 
31:36
December 18, 2020
Her Health: Healthy Body Image for Women + Eating Disorders
In this episode of Her Health, host Mary Renouf and Dr. Robin Henderson discuss a woman's healthy body image, diet culture, and how messages from social media, media campaigns and family members can impact a woman's mental health and how they feel about their bodies. *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
33:44
December 4, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Breastfeeding & Lactation with Covenant Health
Dr. Amy Thompson and Rebecca Meador, a lactation specialist, discuss breastfeeding and lactation issues and solutions.
30:18
December 4, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Plantar Fasciitis
Suffering from foot pain? In this episode of Talk With A Doc, host Mary Renouf and Dr. Helen F. Kuo, DPM discuss foot health and plantar fasciitis.
33:43
December 4, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Chiropractic Care + Opioids
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Vern Saboe discuss chiropractic care and how it can be used to relieve many types of pain and eliminate or reduce opioid usage.
30:18
December 4, 2020
Hear Me Now: Strategic Thinking for the Upcoming COVID Winter
Strategic thinking for staying healthy, staying sane and staying engaged during the upcoming COVID winter. Find future episodes of Hear Me Now at this link: https://anchor.fm/providence7. Also find on your favorite podcast platform by searching "Hear Me Now" and subscribe!
57:06
November 12, 2020
Hear Me Now: Mental Health and Heroes & Hypocrisy
In today's episode, we discuss mental health and the pandemic along with a reflection on heroes and hypocrisy in healthcare.
51:42
November 12, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Survivor's Guilt-Mental Health and Surviving Traumatic Events
After a life-threatening or traumatic event, some people count themselves as fortunate while others are left with a sense of guilt. Survivors sometimes wonder they suffered less than others. In this episode, learn more about Survivor's Guilt, how to recognize it, and how to cope. **Trigger Warning: We will be discussing traumatic events, including suicide, which may be triggering to some.
32:38
November 12, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Hope Is Not Cancelled: Caregivers Bring Suicide Out of the Darkness
In this episode, we discuss the Providence Out of the Darkness Walks, an annual effort to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention. **This program contains subject matter related to mental health and suicide. If you or a loved one is in crisis, please reach out to the Crisis Text Line (Text TALK to 741741) or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to talk to someone who can help. To learn more, visit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at afsp.org.
30:60
November 12, 2020
Culture of Health: Deaths of Despair
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated our mental health and well-being and additional deaths from drug or alcohol misuse and suicide could occur as a result of living though a pandemic. These are “deaths of despair” and they are rising due to the isolation and collective trauma we feel in our current environment of isolation and injustices. But there is hope. Our panelists in this episode will discuss how we can cope and be well in today’s changing culture.
01:15:33
November 12, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Tinnitus
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Nelman C. Low, M.D., a specialist in Otolaryngology at Providence about tinnitus-what it is, if it can be treated and more.
31:12
November 12, 2020
Her Health: Hormones, Menopause & Libido-Pt. 2
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Diana M. Currie, an OB/GYN with Providence discuss more about hormones, menopause and the libido and how those health issues affect women in their 30's, 40's and 50's. *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
35:38
November 11, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Insomnia
Learn about insomnia from Megan E. Hennessay, D.O. She and host, Mary Renouf discuss what might be causing your insomnia and some safe solutions for helping you get back to sleep. 
29:20
November 6, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Pneumonia & Bronchitis
Host Mary Renouf and Mary Ann Dunlap, ARNP with Providence talk about pneumonia and bronchitis. 
34:22
October 29, 2020
Her Health: Hormones, Menopause & Libido
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Diana M. Currie, an OB/GYN with Providence discuss hormones, menopause and the libido and how those health issues affect women in their 30's, 40's and 50's.  *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
34:33
October 28, 2020
Her Health: Aging Gracefully-Pt 2
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Miles Hassell continue their discussion about aging gracefully with integrative and lifestyle medicine.  *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
35:35
October 23, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Is It Safe to Travel During COVID-19?
Host Laurie Kelley and Dr. Charles C. Bailey, Medical Director of Infectious Disease at St. Joseph Health, discuss how to travel safely during COVID-19. 
29:32
October 23, 2020
Her Health: Aging Gracefully
Host Mary Renouf and Dr. Miles Hassell, M.D. discuss aging gracefully and gaining a foundation of a healthy body with integrative and lifestyle medicine.  *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
28:06
October 20, 2020
Future of Health: Voting in 2020
When we vote, we are making decisions about the health of our loved ones, our home, and our planet. No matter where you live or how you cast your ballot, your vote matters. Learn more about the impact of this year's elections with Melissa Tizon, Ali Santore and Tappan Vickery.
31:44
October 16, 2020
Her Health: Your Skin & Aging Gracefully-Part 2
In this episode, we continue our discussion on skin care and aging gracefully with host Mary Renouf and Dr. Shahrzad Akbary, a dermatologist with  Facey Medical Group in California.   *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
36:38
October 15, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Importance of Immunizations & Vaccinations During COVID-19
Dr. Amy Thompson and Dr. Jeremy Dalton discuss the importance of routine well-child care, immunizations and vaccinations during COVID-19.
31:58
October 12, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Mental Health Burnout-Psychological PPE for the Helpers
Dr. Robin Henderson and Dr. James Q. Simmons discuss how we can develop the skills and the psychological PPE to be prepared during extraordinary circumstances and mental health burnout. 
33:50
October 12, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Right Place to Go for the Care You Need
Urgent care? Emergency room? Primary care? In this episode of Talk With A Doc, host Mary Renouf talks with Dr. Thomas Yetman about where to go for the right medical care for the health issues you may be experiencing.
35:59
October 12, 2020
Her Health: Your Skin & Aging Gracefully
Learn about skin care and aging gracefully with dermatologist Dr. Shahrzad Akbary in our newest show that prioritizes her health. *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
36:06
October 5, 2020
Her Health: Bladder Health
Mary Ann Dunlap, ARNP talks about what qualifies as good bladder health. *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
33:48
October 2, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Gallstones
An in-depth discussion about gallstones and gallbladder health with host Mary Renouf and Mark Basiratmand, NP, from Facey Medical Group in California. 
33:46
October 2, 2020
Her Health: Stress Reduction & Meditation
In this premiere episode of our new podcast, Her Health, Mary talks with Mary Ann Dunlap, ARNP about stress reduction and meditation and how they can help improve your overall health. *Find future episodes of Her Health on your favorite podcast platform by searching for "Her Health" or at the following link: https://anchor.fm/providence5. Season 2 is coming in 2021, so be sure to subscribe! *
33:33
September 26, 2020
Hear Me Now: Dementia & Memory Care
For a growing number of families, caring for someone with dementia is a fact of life. In this episode of Hear Me Now, learn about patient-centered care for people with dementia. 
56:39
September 25, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Is It Safe for Kids to Go Back to School?
With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and the ongoing need for social justice reform sweeping our nation, today's youth are more in need of support for their mental health than ever. Providence High School has partnered with Work2BeWell to respond to this need by creating new curriculum for 2020-2021.
35:05
September 24, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Effects of Wildfire Smoke
While the current air quality on the is improving, it's still not safe for most people. Doctors advise we stay indoors and wear a mask if we have to go out. Listen to a new episode of Talk With A Doc to hear how wildfire smoke effects respiratory health.
31:35
September 17, 2020
Hear Me Now: Trusted Decision Maker
Dr. Ira Byock, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Providence Institute for Human Caring, discusses a new vision for advance care planning that simply asks individuals to name a trusted decision-maker to speak for them in the event they’re not able to speak for themselves. This choice is then entered into the electronic health record by a care provider. Joining Dr. Byock are Edo Banach, President and CEO of the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization, and Nathan Kottkamp, founder of the National Healthcare Decisions Day.
37:47
September 17, 2020
Spend Less Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: The mental health impact of the pandemic, rioting & forced online learning- Can’t we all just get along?
In this episode, Dr. Josh discusses the multiple impacts of the pandemic, everything from the implication for our mental health, as well as the riots and the forced transition to online learning for students.
14:53
September 3, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Is it safe for kids to go back to school?
With children and college students in some areas already starting their new school year, one of the nation's biggest questions is: is it safe? Join the discussion with two Providence experts and a Seattle Teacher for their perspectives on what to consider.
35:05
September 3, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Mental health curriculum
With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and the ongoing need for social justice reform sweeping our nation, today's youth are more in need of support for their mental health than ever. Providence High School has partnered with Work2BeWell to respond to this need by creating new curriculum for 2020-2021. 
28:30
September 3, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Terrible twos
Dr. Megan Chiarelli from Facey Medical Group in California talks about strategies to use to help you and your child survive the terrible twos.
33:59
September 3, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Children during the COVID era
Guest host, Dr. Amy Thompson, CEO at Covenant Children's Hospital in Texas, interviews Dr. Richard Lampe, Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist about the unique concerns that are specific to children during this pandemic.
28:39
September 3, 2020
Hear Me Now: Transgender Health
This episode of the Hear Me Now Podcast explores “Trans Health” through the perspectives of two Providence healthcare providers who are transgender. Erika Laurentz is an emergency department psychiatric counselor; Bennett Pendleton is a registered nurse. They share their experiences with family tension, social discrimination and awkward healthcare encounters. Erika and Bennett also explore how to make healthcare more compassionate and respectful for one of society’s most vulnerable populations.
56:34
August 27, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Infection prevention and epidemiology programs at the University of Providence
COVID-19 has highlighted the vital importance of infection prevention and epidemiology in protecting our nation’s health. Hear how Providence and Swedish education programs are preparing students to enter the workforce in these fields.
28:37
August 27, 2020
Future of Health: Update on the 2020 census
Providence Government Affairs leader, Jordan Abushawish, and Jennifer Lee from the Census Bureau explains why completing the census is so important.
32:49
August 24, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teen athletes during COVID
Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, talks with two teen athletes who talk about how they're staying in shape and in touch with their teammates during the pandemic.
31:29
August 24, 2020
The Giveback: Better Outcomes thru Bridges program
Learn more about the Better Outcomes thru Bridges program, which focuses on serving some of our most vulnerable patients in Oregon.
59:58
August 24, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: Take a trip to see a direct primary care doctor
Dr. Luke visits his personal Direct Primary Care (DPC) Doctor to have a minor procedure, fluid removed from his elbow, but along the way shares the benefits of being a member of a DPC practice and how it can help you spend less on healthcare. Learn how convenient and affordable DPC membership can be for your family.
11:26
August 24, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Stroke care during COVID-19: What's new, what's different, and what's the same
As new information surfaces about the potential link between COVID-19 and strokes, the Providence neurological care team is cmmitted to providing treatments that result in improved patient outcomes. Dr. Jason Tarpley from Saint John's Health Center in Torrance, CA fills us in on the latest information.
27:46
August 24, 2020
Future of Health: Work2BeWell program: How it's helping youth to process difficult times
Providence's Work2BeWell program empowers youth to thrive even during these tough times. Radio personality, JoJo Wright, spoke with Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, Executive Director of Behavioral Health about the programs's history and what they're currently doing to help teens navigate everything that's going on now.
34:31
August 19, 2020
Talk2BeWell: International youth day: Spotlight on teen mental health partners
Join Work2BeWell and Providence for a special International Youth Day broadcast, where we will learn about how teens are engaging in mental health programs that are for teens and by teens.
35:16
August 19, 2020
Hear Me Now: Grief in the time of COVID
COVID-19 has changed the way we live and the way we die. The pandemic has changed interactions at the bedside, our rituals of mourning, and how we process loss. Hear Me Now Podcast presents “Grief in the time of COVID,” featuring Dr. Ira Byock, founder and chief medical officer at Providence’s Institute for Human Caring, and Rev. Denise Hess, executive director of the Supportive Care Coalition.
42:56
August 13, 2020
Culture of Health: Raising Black children in America
The fears many parents have about raising Black children in America have been reinforced in the current climate. Today, our panel discusses the impact on our health and how we can raise our children to be well in today's changing culture. Join host Nique Heard and panelists Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, Shelby Larkin-Reid, Royce Reed, and Sherry Williams in this virtual town hall discussion.
59:07
August 12, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: World champion CC Sabathia shares his weight loss journey
Dr. Luke talks keto tips and finds out how former Yankees pitcher and World Champion CC Sabathia lost more than 30 pounds at the start of the pandemic.
12:10
August 10, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Nutrition, healing, and healthy immune systems
Terese Scollard, MySurgeryPlate CEO and former Providence Oregon Regional Clinical Nutrition Manager, talks with guest host Laurie Kelley about how being mindful of a healthy, balanced nutrition plan can play a key role in keeping our immune system strong and help us to recover if we do get sick.
30:13
August 10, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Foot health
Dr. Helen Kuo, a podiatric surgeon from Providence Medical Institute in California talks about what makes good foot health, things to ask your podiatrist, and things you can do to help keep your feet healthy.
32:31
August 5, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Nutrition for optimal gut health and hormone balance
Rajsree Nambudripad, MD, ABIHM, Founder and medical director of OC Integrative Medicine in California talks with guest host Dr. Amy Thompson, CEO at Covenant Children's Hospital in Texas about the importance of nutrition in our overall health as well as balancing our hormones.
32:40
August 4, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teens and voting
Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, speaks with two teens and special guest, Oregon Representative Rachel Prusak, about the importance of voting.
53:20
August 3, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Breastfeeding
Jennifer Aist, Director of Maternity Outpatient Clinics and Services at Providence Health & Services in Alaska talks about what you need to know about breastfeeding - the pros and cons, available services to help you before and during this bonding time with your child, and more.
34:30
August 3, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Genetic testing
Dr. Albert Dekker from Facey Medical Group in California talks about genetic testing - what you need to know about the commercial tests versus medical tests, the different types and how you can use these test to help you on your health journey.
34:49
July 31, 2020
Culture of Health: Oppression meets depression town hall - part 2
Everything happening in our world right now is having a devastating impact on our mental health. Join host Nique Heard and panelists Dr. Lauren Harper of Providence, Sal Masekela, Jordan Babineaux, Ace Hood, and Demrick discuss what happens when oppression and depression collide and how we can cope in this virtual town hall episode.
01:00:43
July 31, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Phobias
Dr. Imran Iqbal talks about what causes a phobia or an irrational fear along with how phobias can be treated.
32:36
July 31, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Planning during job insecurity
Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, speak with guest host Brette Borow of Her Feed (www.herfeed.com and @herfeed on Instagram) about the economic impacts of the pandemic and how this can create or increases anxiety and fear for many of us. Learn what drives anxiety and how to address it.
32:20
July 31, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Supplements for pain and inflammation
Nina Young, Registered Dietitian with Facey Medical Group in California talks about whether natural always means better and provided information about the best and safest supplements you can take for pain and inflammation.
33:46
July 31, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teen anxiety and coping
Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, talks with three teens about anxiety and how they're coping during the pandemic.
34:09
July 31, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Cholesterol
Nirali Manoharan, PharmD and Advanced Practice Pharmacist with Facey Medical Group in California talks about the importance of managing your cholesterol to help prevent heart disease.
32:54
July 31, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Colorectal surgery, gallbladder disease, and fecal incontinence
Colon cancer takes the lives of 5,000 Americans every year. Dr. Owen Young from Pacific Medical Centers in Seattle talks about what you need to know about the symptoms and treatment options.
33:44
July 31, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: Negotiating a $134K hospital bill down to $34K
Solidarity Healthshare founder, Chris Faddis, drops more knowledge on the power of cost.
16:11
July 31, 2020
Future of Health: The power of data to transform and humanize healthcare
Nusha Safabakhsh, MS, MBA, Executive Director of Measurement and Analytics, talks about how finding out what matters most to the patient helps us humanize healthcare.
57:52
July 31, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The effectiveness of masking
After seeing a lot of misinformation about the dangers of usefulness of masks, Dr. Rich Davis, PhD, decided to do a demonstration of his own, which he discusses with guest host Allie Hyams.
30:38
July 31, 2020
Future of Health: The societal impacts of COVID-19
Many of us are aware of the physical health impacts of COVID-19, but what about the societal impact? KFI AM 640's Chris Little sat down with Dr. Rhonda Medows, President of Providence population health to discuss.
51:44
July 31, 2020
The Giveback: Northern California community benefit report
What does it mean to invest in health? Hear how Providence is making a difference for communities in Northern California.
31:29
July 31, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teen and parent perspectives on the "new normal" life challenges
Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, talks with guests Annette and Dominic Mongelli about the challenges around life during the pandemic.
36:37
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Nutrition and the importance of fresh fruits, vegetables, and exercise
Niki Strealy, RDN, LD, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist from Providence Sports Medicine talks about the importance of nutrition and exercise, particularly during the current pandemic.
32:01
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: COVID-19 response, learnings, and planning for the future
Guest host, Dr. Josh Luke, talked with Erik Wexler, Executive vice president and chief executive of Providence Health & Services’ Southern California Region about Providence's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, what's been learned so far, and how Providence is planning for the future.
29:50
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Setting boundaries and finding a balance during COVID-19
Working from home? Learn how to set boundaries and create balance as guest host Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, Executive Director of Behavioral Health at Providence speaks with Maracie Wilson, Director of Employee Well-being and Cindy Vaughn, M.A.O.M, Director of Caregiver Experience at Providence.
31:32
July 30, 2020
Future of Health: The homelessness crisis in America
Mike Butler talked with guest host, Dr. Josh Luke, about how Providence partners with community organizations to deliver lasting housing solutions.
56:00
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Bladder health
Mary Ann Dunlap, ARNP talks about what qualifies as good bladder health.
33:39
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: How to curb negative coping habits and overcome loneliness
Guest host, Brette Borow of Her Feed (www.herfeed.com and @herfeed on Instagram) talks with Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, Executive Directof of Behavioral Health at Providence about how you can help the people you care about cope with the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
31:05
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Child welfare and safety during a pandemic
Guest host, Dr. Amy Thompson, CEO at Covenant Children's Hospital in Texas, talks with Larel Jacobs, Clinical Program Manager about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected child welfare and safety.
30:17
July 30, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teens talk COVID-19 and equality
Dr. Robin Henderson talks with teens from the Work2BeWell council about the current equality protests amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.
33:41
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Kidney stones
Kidney stones are quite common, but what do you need to know? Dr. Imran Iqbal from Facey Medical talked with Mary Renouf about what to look for and treatment options.
32:59
July 30, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Own It program
Dr. Jeffrey Lee from Facey Medical Group in California talks about how The Own It program is a caregiver engagement program and helps restore the human connection that we want our caregivers to have when working with patients.
34:17
July 27, 2020
Spend Less on Healthcare with Dr. Josh Luke: Creating a healthcare sharing community from the ground up
Solidarity Health Share founder, Chris Faddis, shares how he created a healthcare sharing community from the ground up and how his wife’s terminal cancer diagnosis opened his eyes to the power of healthcare sharing communities.
15:38
July 27, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Prolotherapy
Dr. Linh Vuong talks about prolotherapy and how this injection therapy stimulates the body's natural response to promote cell regrowth and healing.
32:52
July 9, 2020
Future of Health: Workplace of the future
Providence is making a profound impact on the lives of the patients it serves by making improvements to healthcare delivery. And in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, these changes are being accelerated and are more important than ever. One of Providence’s partners, Dr. Josh Luke, is a champion for healthcare transformation, affordability, and building a culture of accountability. Part of the healthcare evolution involves evaluating and advancing the workforce of the future. That’s where Greg Till, Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer at Providence, focuses his life’s work.
48:01
July 9, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Heart health, stress, and how to manage both
Dr. James G. Beckerman, a cardiology specialist in Portland, Oregon, speaks with guest host, Brette Borow of Her Feed (www.herfeed.com and @herfeed on Instagram), about heart health and stress. Particularly during the pandemic, people are feeling even more stress and Dr. Beckerman gives tips on how to manage your stress levels to keep your heart (and mind) healthy.
30:27
July 8, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Perimenopause
Mary Ann Dunlap, ARNP talks about perimenopause - what you need to watch for and ways to help treat it.
33:17
July 7, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Mental Health Roundtable
Our Mental Health Summit round-table facilitated by Work2BeWell student JJ Riddell features key education and psychology experts answering critical questions related to teen mental health during COVID-19. This conversation features Dr. Robin Henderson, Dr. Jeri Turgesen, Dr. Tyson Payne, and Newberg High Assistant Principal Mark Brown.
56:53
July 2, 2020
Talk2BeWell: LGBTQ teens and mental health
Three teen guests join Dr. Robin Henderson to discuss LGBTQ, teen mental health and what Pride month means to them.
50:15
July 2, 2020
Culture of Health: Oppression meets depression town hall
The recent attacks on the African American community, amidst the turmoil of a national pandemic, have resulted in a collision of oppression and depression. What happens now, and how do we cope with the lasting effects on our mental health?   In a live broadcast in partnership with Providence Health System and Dash Radio, prominent music artists, activists and influencers join together with doctors and social justice experts to discuss where we go from here.
01:03:16
July 2, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: Triathalon training: Moving physical, spiritual, and mental mountains
In the final episode of the three part series, Friends Church pastor and triathlete, Jay Hewitt, shares the motivating factor that drove him to decide to train for a triathlon.
17:24
July 2, 2020
Future of Health: Creating an Advance Directive
Matthew Gonzales, M.D., FAAHPM, Chief Medical Information Officer from the Institute of Human Caring in California talks about the importance of having an advance directive, how to pick an advocate, how to start the conversation with your advocate, and more. 
58:50
July 2, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Telemedicine and achieving long-distance intimacy
Gregg VandeKieft, M.D., MA, FAAFP, FAAHPM, Associate Medical Director at the Institute for Human Caring in California explains the adeptness of telemedicine, particularly during the Coronavirus pandemic, and how you can still achieve intimacy with a patient even when they're not in the same office with you. 
34:34
July 2, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Maternal safety during COVID-19
Guest host, Dr. Amy Thompson from Covenant Children's Hospital in Texas, speaks with Dr. David Lagrew about how expectant mothers are being kept safe during the Coronavirus pandemic. 
30:01
July 1, 2020
Future of Health: Psychedelics and realizing well-being through the end of life
Ira Byock, M.D., FAAHPM, Founder/Chief Medical Officer of the Institute for Human Caring in California talks about how supervised use of psychedelics can alleviate depression and suffering associated with terminal illness. 
59:45
July 1, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Strategies to improve medication adherence
Dr. Karin Kharloubian, PharmD with Facey Medical Group in California talks about prescriptions and provides insights on how to best take them and continue to take them over the long-term. 
33:57
June 25, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Protests and equality
Three teens join host, Dr. Robin Henderson to discuss the current protests, equality and their mental health.
53:41
June 25, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Clinic safety for patients needing Urgent Care
Guest host, Brette Borow of Her Feed (www.herfeed.com and @herfeed on Instagram), talks with Dr. Joseph Chambers, Chair of the Department of Urgent Care with Facey Medical Group in California about the steps Urgent Care units are taking to keep everyone safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
31:05
June 25, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: Paying for a million dollar procedure with Jay Hewitt
On part 2 of the 3 part series of Spend Less, Live Well with @JoshLuke4Health, @Friendschurchyl pastor and triathlete Jay Hewitt he shares how he handled paying for a procedure that cost in excess of $1million when he would have rather been focused on his health then how to pay for it!
16:51
June 25, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Osteoarthritis of the knees
Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Linh Vuong about osteoarthritis - what it is, what treatment options are available, and more.
31:35
June 25, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Compassionate care for the elderly during COVID-19
Guest host, Laurie Kelley, Chief Philanthropy Officer and Group Vice President at Providence, talks with Dr. Nancy Isenberg about how we can take care of one of our most vulnerable populations during the Coronavirus pandemic.
29:12
June 25, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: Creating an investment list instead of a bucket list
Part 1 of the 3 part series of Spend Less, Live Well on YouTube with @Friendschurchyl pastor and triathlete Jay Hewitt he discusses how he received the news of his terminal diagnosis and how he chose to create an investment list instead of a bucket list
15:10
June 25, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Sleeping well
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Thea Fernandez, a health coach from Facey Medical Group, about what it means to sleep well and how to improve your sleep.
31:02
June 25, 2020
Hear Me Now: I see you. I hear you. I ache for you.
In this episode of the Hear Me Now podcast, Providence caregivers Jeremy Edmonds and Victoria Johnson share their lived experiences as Black women, their reaction to the killing of George Floyd, and other unarmed Black civilians by law enforcement, and their thoughts on social healing.
59:59
June 22, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The ABC's of Urgent Care
Guest host, Brette Borow of Her Feed (www.herfeed.com and @herfeed on Instagram), talks with Dr. Christian Lising, Regional Medical Director or Urgent Care at St. Joseph Heritage Healthcare, about Urgent Care basics - what is it, and how and when to use it.
29:41
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Processing tragic events: Coping with tragedy and brutality
Dr. James Q. Simmons of Ask The NP and Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, Exectuveid Director of Behavioral Health, Providence have a conversation about how to cope with tragic events.
33:47
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Dr. Megan Chiarelli from Facey Medical Group in California talks about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - what it is, what they symptoms are, how to treat it, and more. 
34:14
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Sports injuries: Prevention and treatment
Dr. Andrew Gomez of Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, WA talkes about common sports injuries, how to prevent them and what types of treatments are available. 
36:33
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Preparing for metabolic surgery
Mary Renouf talks with Mljgan Orsini, Registered Dietician, about everything you need to know to get ready for metabolic surgery. 
33:59
June 19, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Central Oregon YouthLine takeover
Dr. Robin Henderson, PsyD, talks with volunteers from the Central Oregon YouthLine to find out how they're coping during the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discuss how the calls have changed since the stay-at-home orders have been in place and how teens are coping. 
25:48
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Urgent Care vs. the ER and how both are staying safe
Guest host, Laurie Kelley, Chief Philanthropy Officer and Group Vice President at Providence, talks with Dr. Megan Farnsworth from Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, WA to learn how you can determine if you need to go to Urgent Care or the ER when you're in need. Laurie also finds out how both the ER and Urgent Care are staying safe during the Coronavirus pandemic. 
20:38
June 19, 2020
Spend Less on Healthcare with Dr. Josh Luke: Developing an attitude of gratitude
Dave Roberts, manager of the L.A. Dogers, sits down with Dr. Josh Luke to discuss what he is most grateful for, and what he's learned from his experiences.
17:18
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Men's health
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Sean Snyder from Pacific Medical Center in Washington state about men's health - what do men need to keep an eye out for as they get older and how frequently they need to pay their doctor a visit. 
31:54
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Postpartum depression
Mary Renouf talks with Family Support Services Counselor, Joclyn Reilly, from Providence Alaska about postpartum depression - what it is, the signs, symptoms and more
33:05
June 19, 2020
Talk2BeWell: YouthLine takeover
Volunteers from YouthLine talk with Dr. Robin Henderson about the teen crisis line and COVID-19.
31:42
June 19, 2020
Future of Health: Treating childhood trauma featuring the ACE Study
“Adverse Childhood Experiences” (ACEs) are stressful or traumatic experiences, including abuse, neglect, witnessing domestic violence, or growing up with substance abuse, mental illness, and more. Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. BAthy Baldwin-Johnson at Providence Alaska to learn more about how the Ace study is being used to treat children in Alaska. 
54:45
June 19, 2020
Spend Less on Healthcare with Dr. Josh Luke: bioluminescence brings a bright spot during the pandemic
In this time of the COVID-19 crisis, we could all use a little more brightness in our lives. Dr. Josh reveals how bioluminescence brings a bright spot during the pandemic. Discover how appreciating the beauty of nature can be healing for your mind and body.
05:33
June 19, 2020
Future of Health: Business impacts: Discussion on healthcare after COVID-19
Guest host, Carlos Watson, CEO of OZY, speaks with President and CEO, Rod Hochman from Providence,  and entrepreneur Mark Cuban about business and the future of healthcare: trends, technologies, COVID-19 impacts, and more.
01:01:52
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Science of Coronavirus: Understanding the science of Coronavirus
CEO, Dr. Rod Hochman, speaks with Leroy Hood, M.D., PHD, the Senior Vice President and Chief Science Officer at Institute for Systems Biology about what we know about COVID-19 and we get his insights on what may lie ahead.
26:38
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Stress and meditation
Mary talks with Mary Ann Dunlap, ARNP about stress and meditation and how they can help improve your overall health.
33:16
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Screen time for kids, including social media and video games
Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Nadine Baker from Providence Alaska to find out about screen time and kids. They talk about how screens affect developing brains at different ages, how much time is too much, and more. 
35:14
June 19, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Navigating our fears while sheltering in place
Guest host, Brette Borow of Her Feed (www.herfeed.com and @theherfeed on Instagram), talks to Dr. Rob in Henderson, PsyD, Executive Director of Behavioral Health at Providence about how to navigate our fears while we continue to shelter in place.
31:12
June 19, 2020
Talk2BeWell: YouthLine and how teen crisis has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr. Robin Henderson speaks with members of YouthLine to talk about how the Coronavirus pandemic has affected teen crisis.
30:46
June 19, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teens dicsussing life during COVID-19
Dr. Robin Henderson talks with the Work2BeWell teen council members about what has changed and how they're adapting during the Coronavirus pandemic.
26:58
June 18, 2020
Spend Less on Healthcare with Dr. Josh Luke: 10 tips to spend less on healthcare
In this episode, Dr. Josh shares 10 tips to help you and your family to spend less on healthcare. Discover how to get more information and find out more about Dr. Luke’s nonprofit foundation.
14:06
June 18, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Science of Coronavirus: Modeling and analytics around COVID-19
President and CEO of Providence Health Systems, Rod Hochman, speaks with Ari Robicesk, M.D., Chief Medical Analytics Officer about how data modeling can help direct efforts in the Coronavirus pandemic.
30:24
June 18, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Moving forward after a crisis
Guest host Laurie Kelley talks with Kevin Caserta, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer for Providence Southwest Washington and Site Administrator for Providence Centralia Hospital, and Amy Compton-Phillips, Chief Clinical Officer, EVP Providence St. Joseph Health, about how we can move forward after Coronavirus.
30:49
June 1, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: Three tips to teach teens to save and invest
Dr. Josh Luke shares three tips to help teens save and invest. 
12:27
June 1, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The Science of Coronavirus with Walter J. Urba, MD, PhD, Director of Cancer Research
CEO, Dr. Rod Hochman, talks with Walter J. Urba, MD, PhD, Director of Cancer Research at Robert W. Franz Cancer Research Center at Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, Providence Cancer Center about how he and his team have become involved with the Coronavirus research being done at Providence Portland. 
27:25
June 1, 2020
Future of Health: National Nurses Day during a pandemic
 CEO, Dr. Rod Hochman talks with Chief Nursing Officer, Deb Burton about National Nurses Day during a pandemic and the year of the nurse. Learn about the importance of the year of the nurse as well as how plans changed due to the pandemic. 
25:35
May 27, 2020
Talk With A Doc: COVID-19 patient story: Darrin Godin
Darrin is a Coronavirus survivor. Hear about the nine days he spent in a coma at Providence St. Joseph Orange hospital and how he credits the caregivers who helped him fight the virus.
31:29
May 27, 2020
Talk2BeWell: High school seniors impacted by COVID-19 - part 2
Dr. Robin Henderson speaks with a group of high school seniors who are experiencing their final year of high school during a pandemic. Learn how the Coronavirus is affecting their mental health and how they plan to move forward. Part 2 of 2.
27:42
May 27, 2020
Talk2BeWell: High school seniors impacted by COVID-19 - part 1
Dr. Robin Henderson speaks with a group of high school seniors who are experiencing their final year of high school during a pandemic. Learn how the Coronavirus is affecting their mental health and how they plan to move forward. Part 1 of 2.
30:01
May 27, 2020
Spend Less, Live Well with Dr. Josh Luke: What to Expect from the Show
Dr. Josh Luke has rebranded his show to Spend Less, Live Well! Discover the rationale behind the name change and what you can expect moving forward. Discover how the program will integrate healthy living, finance and faith, and help you live your best life.
08:45
May 12, 2020
Talk With A Doc: The lastest on COVID-19 testing
Mary Renouf talks with Nancy Frisco, Group Vice President of Laboratory Performance Group at Providence, about the latest developments in COVID-19 testing. 
34:01
May 11, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Perspective from the Emergency Room
Host Mary Renouf speaks with Dr. Luis Abrishamian, an Emergency Room internal medicine doctor at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance, CA, about how they are handling the cases coming into the ER during the Coronavirus (COFID-19) pandemic. 
30:28
May 11, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Community partnership, philanthropy, and COVID-19
Guest host, Laurie Kelley, Chief Philanthropy Officer and Group Vice President at Providence, talks with Dora Barilla, Vice President, Community Health Investment at Providence, and Tim Zaricznyj, Executive Director, Providence Supportive Housing, to discuss how community partnership and philanthropy are playing a role during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
29:48
May 11, 2020
Talk With A Doc: National Decision Day during the COVID-19 pandemic
Guest host, Laurie Kelley, Chief Philanthropy Officer and Group Vice President at Providence, talks with Dr. Ira Byock, M.D., FAAHPM, from the Institute of Human Caring about National Decision Day, which was on May 1, and why it's more important than ever to have an advance directive in place.
30:22
May 11, 2020
Talk2BeWell: Teen mental health during a pandemic - part 2
Dr. Robin Henderson talks to members of the Work2BeWell student advisory council about their mental health during this COVID-19 pandemic and how they are finding ways to cope. 
28:31
May 11, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Providence PPE Update
Guest host, Laurie Kelley, Chief Philanthropy Officer and Group Vice President at Providence, talks with Becca Bartles. MPH, CIC, FAPIC, Executive Director of System Infection Prevention at Providence, about the current update on PPE at Providence. 
29:28
May 11, 2020
Talk With A Doc: Technology and COVID-19
Mary Renouf talks with Sara Vaezy, Chief Digital Strategy and Business Development Officer, and Maryam Gholami, Group Vice President and Chief Product Officer at Providence about how technology is stepping in to assist during the COVID-19 pandemic.
33:09
May 11, 2020