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.
At Dignity Health, we believe humanity is at the very core of health care. And so we’ve always known what scientists and researchers are now proving to be true: while medicine has the ability to cure, humankindness has the power to heal. That’s why we ask you to join us in treating each other with compassion, dignity, and respect. We can make the world a better place. One interaction at a time.
We all Hold the Power to Heal
Read how Lloyd H. Dean’s life journey has given him unique insight into what ails our communities and how we can all lead with understanding and kindness. Learn how we can treat fear with compassion and, no matter what, find common ground.
Healing Our Communities
After more than a century of experience, we’ve learned that modern medicine is most effective when it’s delivered with understanding and compassion. President and CEO Lloyd H. Dean is asking all of us to join him, by listening to one another, celebrate our differences, and embrace our shared humanity to heal each other and our communities.
Healing Begins with Humanity
Cultures around the world all have unique ways to heal, and being a leader in health care means understanding and respecting these differences. Watch as Frank from St. John’s Hospital demonstrates to his peers how to express humankindness toward patients from all backgrounds.
New Clothes, New Beginnings
Giving to others fosters stronger connections and can help you understand another person's perspective. Tajh and Miguel from Glendale Memorial share what they learned from giving their clothes to patients in the mental health ward.
Kids Challenging Preconceptions
"We have preconceptions in our minds...but he reminded me a simple kindness goes a long way." Anna Enriquez at Woodland Healthcare has learned a lot from her son Garrick, age 19, who shared lunch with a homeless man on a ride to school.