Showing Their Love and Strength: Sutter’s Frontline Workers Raise Voices to a Familiar San Francisco Song (video)

Posted on Apr 25, 2020 in Integrated Network, Scroll Images

SAN FRANCISCO – Front-line staff and physicians at Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Van Ness campus hospital in San Francisco joined in unison—along with thousands of others across the region—to sing the city’s unofficial anthem “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” by Tony Bennett.

Earlier in the week, the legendary Bennett, age 93, put out a public call on his Twitter feed for the citizens of San Francisco to raise their voices together on April 25 at noon.

Tony Bennett tweet

The sing-along is really a three-in-one: an ode in support of the City’s front-line workers, a musical tribute to residents for helping to ‘bend the curve,’ and a ballad to remind the public to stay the course of social distancing.

In a San Francisco Chronicle article, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said, “By taking a moment to join together in song to celebrate our front-line health workers and everyone working to make a difference during this pandemic, we can recognize how connected we are to one another, not just here in San Francisco, but all over the world.”

Check out Sutter’s front-line staff sing-along below.

CPMC is part of the Sutter Health not-for-profit integrated network of care in Northern California.

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