In an environment of health disparities amplified by a pandemic and racial injustice, Providence is committed to improving diversity, equity and inclusion in our communities, workplaces, schools and more. The Culture of Health podcast will focus on what the future of healthcare and mental wellness look like in today's changing culture. In this podcast, we will discuss how we turn the conversation of culture and healthcare into lasting and meaningful action.

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Minority Mental Health

Dr. Nwando Anyaoku invited Dr. Arpan Waghray, CEO of Providence’s Well Being Trust, to discuss the challenges and obstacles that minority communities encounter in acce...

Black Maternal Health Care

Host, Dr. Nwando Anyaoku, Chief Health Equity and Clinical Innovation Officer at Providence welcomed guests Dr. Tanya Sorensen, executive director Maternal and Fetal M...

The 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...

Prevention is the Cure: Colorectal Cancer

Host, Dr. Nwando Anyaoku, engages in a discussion with Dr. Sonja Maddox, a primary care physician at PAC Med (part of the Providence family), and Denise Colome, Direct...

*Coming Soon: Prevention is the Cure - Colorectal Cancer

Our episode on colorectal cancer will be published on March 26.In this episode, we explore the impact of health equity on colorectal cancer, uncovering the disparities...

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