Kaiser Permanente announced its 2024 Rose Parade float theme, “Symphony of You.” The theme represents the many ways Kaiser Permanente works to care for each of its members.
By News Desk
The float celebrates life’s milestones and how Kaiser Permanente supports its members and the communities it serves. Kaiser Permanente’s 18th annual float entry embodies the 2024 Rose Parade theme, “Celebrating a World of Music,” by bringing everyone together through music. At the center of the float, a Kaiser Permanente member stands, surrounded by photos depicting life moments and the caregivers who have made it possible.
The physicians and employees of Kaiser Permanente believe it is an honor and privilege to serve in health care and to be part of our members’ and patients’ lives when they are sick and when they are healthy.”
said Greg A. Adams, chair and chief executive officer of Kaiser Permanente.
The float also features care teams and members standing on a winding path of piano keys that represents the unique notes of every member’s journey and the Los Angeles Philharmonic will perform a special piece of music that conveys the emotion of an individual’s journey.
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