This article presents the experiences of patients engaged in co-designing care under a program entitled, “Transforming Care at the Bedside,” based at an academic health sciences center. This descriptive, qualitative study collected data through individual interviews. Participants included patients from 5 units in an academic health sciences center in Quebec, Canada. A total of 6 individual interviews were conducted in November 2014, 15 months after the Transforming Care at the Bedside work began in September 2013. Content analysis was used to analyze the qualitative data. Being listened to and informed gave patients an opportunity to better understand patient needs and the complexity of care in the unit and in the organization. The experience enabled patients to better translate the patient experience for the team’s benefit and influence the team’s perspective and decisions. Through this experience, several patients felt motivated and empowered and that they afforded consideration through this experience. This study highlights the importance of creating opportunities for patients and health care providers to share their unique experiences and expertise to better understand each other’s reality. In this context, they developed a more comprehensive understanding of the issues and worked together to implement realistic changes on behalf of the patients.