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2 | Health Matters: Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center Letter to the Community 2 020 was quite the year and we are all hoping for better days ahead in the New Year. First, I want to offer a special thanks to our team of doctors, nurses and staff at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center for their commitment and dedication to our patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. We know that health care providers all across the United States are struggling with different aspects of this pandemic at different times. Our teams have been working tirelessly, and my deepest appreciation goes to every health care worker as we continue to care for patients. The response by Providence to COVID-19 is an important example of how we are truly "Better Together." Our unified approach to a pandemic that first touched the United States at a Providence hospital in Washington State has saved lives and better prepared our hospitals and caregivers to coexist in a world that will continue to be impacted by COVID-19 until an effective vaccine is widely available. With love in their hearts and great faith in God, our Sisters and founders responded to the sign of the times with courage and humility. Today, we must continue to focus on our efforts and care for the most vulnerable in our communities. It is the mission of Providence that guides the work of our caregivers and strengthens our hope that together we can honor the Sisters' work by building on their selfless and loving outreach to the less fortunate. Bernard Klein, MD, Interim Chief Executive Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center

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