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The World Thanks You

Kaiser Permanente Northern California has received an outpouring of gratitude from the public for patient care provided during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch the video.


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  1. Priceless and so telling of the nature of humanity. Thanks for putting this together and publishing.

  2. Thank you. It’s hard to understand for those who are not here (in the hospital) with us how profound this time is. I’m grateful to be surrounded by the best co-workers. We are in this together.

  3. Thanks for such an inspiring message.
    We are grateful to all the brave nurses, physicians, technicians, support staff on the front lines. Let KP be the guiding beacon for the health care community through these perilous times, we can do this— together !!

  4. Wow! This was so beautiful and heartfelt, it’s amazing the sincere love and gratitude that comes from such a simple act of human kindness. Thank you for sharing!

  5. Thank you, Dianne for putting together such an uplifting video. The images of notes, messages, and faces of our heroes are very humbling and centering. I am grateful to all health care staff and physicians for their unconditional service to others and it inspires me to serve and make a difference. #proudtobekp

  6. I’ve been a nurse for over 20 years, many of them as an ER nurse. Now more than ever I am so proud to be an RN and touched at the outpouring of love and support from our members and community supporting our efforts to care for our patients even in the worst of times. This video is the reason I do what I do and love caring for our patients!!!!

  7. As we all safely shelter in place remaining stoic and brave for our friends and families, this video reminded me of why we do what we do as part of Kaiser Permanente. We, all of us, are the epitome of those most important words … “human” “kind” and all those words mean when they are put into action. Kaiser Permanente sets a standard and it is upon the shoulders of our doctors, nurses, PAs, RTs, other clinicians, custodian staff, and those that support them in administrative offices across the enterprise that our members can stand and feel as if they have someone on their side all the time, but especially now … even those that are alone. There was a crack in my bravery when I watched this … but sometimes I know it’s just okay to cry. I then wiped my tears and got back to work feeling grateful that I work for such an amazing organization that does so much for so many.

    1. Thank you for this very uplifting video. Brought tears to my eyes as well. As Deb Espinal said, we all know it’s ok to cry. I too feel grateful.

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