Utah StoryCorps - Hope and Healing

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StoryCorps founder David Isay traveled to Utah where he met with healthcare providers, clinicians and caretakers to explain why storytelling can be a source of hope and healing.  In partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, Utah Public Radio is bringing these storytelling conversations to you, centered around the healthcare industry. The conversations in these segments are unique to Utah. 

Support for programming on Utah Public Radio comes from Intermountain Healthcare, a Utah-based not-for-profit system of 23 hospitals, 160 clinics, 2,400 employed doctors and advanced practice providers, a health plans group under the name SelectHealth, and other medical services.

Hope And Healing: Search And Rescue Volunteers Saving Lives

23 hours ago
Intermountain Healthcare

Darrin Hawes and Keith Hambly are best friends and search and rescue volunteers in northern Utah. One Memorial Day, during a search and rescue mission, Darrin also helped save Keith’s life using CPR. When Keith’s heart started beating again, he underwent heart surgery and the placement of two stents that same day.

Hope And Healing: Why Healthcare?

May 16, 2019
Intermountain Healthcare

Dominic Moore, MD, is a pediatrician and the medical director of palliative care at a children’s hospital. Seeing his mother, Brenda Moore, juggle six kids while caring for her parents—both with cancer—motivated Dr. Moore to choose a career helping people with serious illness. 

Hope And Healing: A Busy Day In Shock-Trauma

May 8, 2019
Intermountain Healthcare

Sean Talley’s role as a Shock-Trauma ICU nurse manager at a Utah hospital is both intense and rewarding. Sean says because he grew up in a rough part of Las Vegas, he can spot dangerous situations, and he finds joy in helping others.

Hope And Healing: A Life-Altering Night

May 1, 2019
Intermountain Healthcare

Stein Rosqvist and his wife Michele Rosqvist talk about the life-altering night Stein was the sole survivor of a Life Flight helicopter crash. They discuss the events of that night, Stein’s recovery, and what their lives have been like since that night.

StoryCorps founder David Isay traveled to Utah where he met with healthcare providers, clinicians and caretakers to explain why storytelling can be a source of hope and healing. The conversations in these segments are unique to Utah.