During this solo episode, Dorothy dives into all the things she learned over the course of season one of Let’s Talk About Your Breasts.
From survivorship to physician advice, our inaugural season has taught the staff at The Rose so much…Read More
Renee Parrott spent 20 years in healthcare.
As a practice manager, she knew all the ins and outs of busy doctor’s offices, but the losses that she experienced during 2020 rocked the very foundation of her world.
She needed a different path.
Today, as The Rose’s Community Engagement Navigator, Renee’s work is also her mission.
During this episode, you will learn how she brings mammogram services to different counties, makes access to care possible, and helps us save lives…Read More
Anne McAwley-LeDuc understands the importance of having complete and accurate health histories. In fact, her career as a registered nurse and nurse practitioner inspired her to write The Personal Health Organizer.
During this episode, Anne and I discuss why documenting our health history is important—no matter our age. Especially when it comes to allergies and medication…Read More
What you’re about to hear is a series of mini-episodes recorded during a fundraising event at Nice Winery. We spoke with past patients, survivors, and supporters. They all bring their individual stories, but they all have one thing in common: their undying support for The Rose’s mission…Read More
Dr. Esmaeil Porsa, President and CEO of Harris Health, who manages a vast healthcare system for millions of uninsured and underinsured individuals, delves into his unconventional leadership style, including a simple three-word sentence, and its profound impact on his team, while also highlighting the significance of November 7th for Houstonians in this episode…Read More
Laura Schwinn’s deep connection to The Rose’s mission, stemming from personal experience with the devastating impact of breast cancer within her own family, is discussed in this episode, along with her journey from running billion-dollar companies to her passionate commitment to The Rose’s mission of serving uninsured women and the importance of being a “global citizen.”…Read More
This mini-episode shines a spotlight on San Burnett, who serves on The Rose’s Advisory Board.
Hear about what The Rose means to her, and what her advice is for those with loved ones fighting breast cancer…Read More
Veronica Mohammed’s remarkable journey from riding ambulances in her upbringing to becoming a nurse in Texas, including overcoming personal challenges such as pregnancy, divorce, and navigating a new state alone, is followed by her breast cancer diagnosis and recovery, ultimately leading her and her new husband to establish Tranquil Research Clinic, a clinical trial company, as she shares her inspiring story in this episode…Read More
Same day diagnosis, on-site physicians dedicated to breast health care, advanced digital technology—all this reflects The Rose’s emphasis on quality and excellence. The Rose collaborates with the best medical organizations in Texas and reaches women from Matagorda to Shelby Counties.