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Holiday gratitude

Carrie Owen Plietz, FACHE, and Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS,
share their gratitude for your contributions this year
and best wishes for a safe and healthy holiday season.

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  1. Happy holidays to all and thank you, Kaiser Permanente, for all that you do for our members, staff, and the community. I am grateful and blessed to be able to work here and contribute my love and support to our community during these unprecedented times. I would have it no other way than to work for Kaiser Permanente during these times. I appreciate all that you do!

  2. What a lovely holiday message. Thank you, Kaiser Permanente, for giving me a most wonderful place to work. It is one of the greatest gifts in my life. May the new year bring us lighter, happier, and healthier times.

  3. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to the Entire World!
    Thank you to Kaiser Permanente for all your support and continual care during this time for our members and our KP team. I’m thankful for so many things. I feel blessed every day to work for this organization. Here’s to a new year!!!

  4. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
    Thank you to Kaiser Permanente for all your support and continual care during this time for our members and our KP team. I’m thankful for so many things. I feel blessed every day to work for this organization. Here’s to a New Year!!!

  5. Thank you for such a kind and meaningful card. 2020 has been difficult for all, especially those who work on the front lines. We appreciate the care and support you. I loved the word connection on this video; each word represents what Kaiser Permanente employees stands for! KP Cares and KP Rocks! Thank you for your leadership.

  6. 2020 was an extraordinary year!
    There were so many challenges that we had to work through, private and work.
    As we learned together how to work around the obstacles, I believe we met the challenges and triumphed! It’s going to be a Happy New Year!!

  7. It is indeed such an extraordinary year. The kind words are very much appreciated! Merry Christmas and a better New Year ahead! Cheers!

  8. 2020, is a very challenging year! I’m very grateful that I belong to the Kaiser family. I felt so cared for and very supported. Merry Christmas and have a Happy Healthy New Year!

  9. Happy Holidays to you as well. I appreciate that Kaiser Permanente moved so quickly to accommodate team members to be able to safely work remote.

  10. Thank you for the wonderful video. I am thankful that Kaiser co-workers have done this together as teamwork. I am thankful to come to work & help others in this time. This year has been challenging. Happy Holidays to all, LOVE, HOPE, PEACE.

  11. 2020 — what a year — wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a hopeful New Year 2021. Thank you for all you do; you are an amazing part of what makes Kaiser =).

  12. Thank you very much for such a thoughtful greeting. May the following year be a joyous year for the Kaiser Permanente family.

  13. I am grateful to all those who despite the unfavorable conditions have made it their duty to continue to get a job well done. To those who have not sacrificed quality or become complacent, I offer my sincere gratitude. My sincerest THANK YOU!

  14. 2020 was an extraordinary year! There were so many challenges that we had to work through. As we learned together how to work around the obstacles, I believe we met the challenges and triumphed! It’s going to be a Happy New Year!!

  15. A beautiful message. Thank you to all of our health care workers who give us all something to be grateful for each and every day.

  16. I am grateful for your leadership, particularly through this unusual and trying year. As a result, may we individually and collectively be strengthened to take on the challenges in the year and years to come. Happy holidays!

    1. Lincoln, we feel the same way about you and will miss you terribly. You’ve helped us tell the KP story with such meaning and relevancy! Happy retirement.

  17. I am so grateful this year for my family, my co-workers, and being able to come to work during these trying times. I consider Kaiser part of my family.

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