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We Cannot Thank You Enough

It's been 746 days since our first COVID-19 patient was confirmed at EvergreenHealth. Seven hundred and forty-six days filled with uncertainty and challenges we could have never perceived.

Every day, our world becomes more nuanced as the pandemic evolves, and yet our healthcare workers continue to answer their calling – showing up to welcome new babies into the world, comforting patients and their loved ones on a peaceful journey to the end of life – and absolutely everything in between.

We cannot thank our physicians, providers, nurses and every single staff member enough for the sacrifices they've made to help ensure others are healthy and safe.

We invite you to join us in sharing a message of gratitude to our healthcare workers. We are here for one purpose: to serve you, our community. Nothing inspires us more than hearing about the impact we've had on the lives we are so privileged to touch.

Please submit your message of gratitude or inspiration here. Your photos and videos are also welcome! Your ongoing support – as we enter year three of the pandemic and one of the most challenging seasons yet – is invaluable.

If you'd like to include a photo or video, send to

There are other ways we can help each other, too.

Seek COVID Testing & Treatment Responsibly. Hospitals and health systems in our region, including EvergreenHealth, are at the highest volumes yet and our hospital, emergency and urgent care locations have been at capacity for several weeks.

It is important to understand that the purpose of emergency care and urgent care is to treat patients with significant or severe symptoms who need acute, professional medical care. Emergency care and urgent care practices should not be visited as general testing or care sites.

Still have questions? Dr. Ettore Palazzo, the Chief Medical and Quality Officer at EvergreenHealth, discusses COVID-19 variants and how to know when to test for them in this podcast.

Get Vaccinated and Boosted. The best defense against COVID and the need for medical care is preventing serious illness by getting vaccinated, receiving your booster and masking. To find a vaccination location near you, visit the Washington State VaccineFinder website.

Upgrade Your Mask. Please continue to mask and, if possible, upgrade your mask to a KN95, KF94 or surgical mask. Ensure it fits you properly for the best protection and continue to physically distance whenever possible.

We cannot thank you enough for your ongoing support of our healthcare workers and for taking the steps above to help ensure your health and safety.

Together, we will find light at the end of the tunnel.