In honor of National Hospital Week (May 9-15), the AHA collaborated with Musicians On Call, a nonprofit organization that delivers the healing power of music, to release an original song and video inspired by the words of health care workers, honoring their work and sacrifices during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“The women and men working in America’s hospitals and health systems have shown our nation the meaning of courage, strength, perseverance, and dedication through their heroic efforts battling COVID-19,” said AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack. “We honor their work and contribution every year but this year we are even more indebted to them as they cared for patients during a pandemic.” 

To watch and listen, visit AHA’s National Hospital Week webpage, which also includes other resources and digital tools to help celebrate National Hospital Week. 
 

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