The cast of Grey's Anatomy came together to send a huge thanks to heathcare workers on the frontlines of the pandemic in honor of National Doctors Day on Monday.
'We wanted to say THANK YOU to every single healthcare worker battling on the frontlines of this pandemic. We are so grateful for your sacrifice,' the official Shondaland Instagram wrote in the caption of their three minute video tribute.
'You are the true heroes,' said James Pickens Jr. 'We thank for your service every single day.'
Appreciation: The cast of Grey's Anatomy came together to send a huge thanks to heathcare workers on the frontlines of the pandemic in honor of National Doctors Day on Monday. Above is James Pickens Jr., who opened the tribute
Debbie Allen, Giacomo Gianniotti, Chandra Wilson, Jake Borelli, Kim Raver, Alex Blue Davis, also sent their love and gratitude.
They also helped announced that longtime Grey's Anatomy collaborator Barco Uniforms would be donating 10,000 pairs of scrubs each month to healthcare workers in need for the entire duration of the pandemic.
The castmates of the medical drama shared some sound advice near the end of the clip, telling viewers: 'If you want to thank a doctor, stay home.'
Alex Landi, Stefania Spampinato and Kevin McKidd also shared separate messages to the Shodaland page.
Thanks: Giacomo Gianniotti and Chandra Wilson were thankful
Love: Debbie Allen sent her blessings to the brave workers
The Grey's Anatomy cast's message came after the show's 16 season was cut short, now set to wrap the season ahead of the planned finale after production was suspended due to COVID-19.
Shooting halted just after episode 21 had wrapped and while initially it was going to be a two week hiatus, it's now been made permanent for season 16, which was to have a total of 25 episodes.
It means that the remaining four episodes will not be filmed for the current season and the finale episode will be #1621, titled 'Put on a happy face'.
The episode will air on April 9 and serve as the season