At Dignity Health, we believe humanity and kindness are at the heart of healing. Powerful alone, but better together. They inspire what we do for patients and what we do for each other. Hello humankindness.Watch Video
Humankindness heals. Mind, body, and spirit.
Because each of us is human. Our body, mind, and spirit is one and the same. So if our mind is calmer because we feel we are being taken care of by those around us, our body responds. Stress levels go down and we can heal faster.
This is the true power of humankindness. It's the effect we can have on one another when we reach out and help ease each other's pain. These beliefs are at the very core of our mission, and have been for over 100 years. Which is why we aim for nothing less than to inspire change in health care that leads to more empathy, listening, and respect. Alongside the latest in technology and medical breakthroughs, we can champion the healer in all of us. Not simply because it's nice, but because it's good for us.
And because it works. For all the negativity, disease, and toxicity in our lives, we have a very real and very powerful tool against it. We call it humankindness. And we believe it has the power to change not just health care, but the world in which we live.
Join us. For we are all caregivers at heart.
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