Four nurses step in to help a stranger at Oakland’s airport, then reunite with their families later (pictured) and find they have Kaiser Permanente in common.
At the Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center, the sweet sounds of harp music are helping patients relax and feel better.
More than a 1,000 Kaiser Permanente employees, physicians, friends, and family members came together to march in the annual San Francisco Pride Parade — the organization’s largest showing to date and the 23rd year Kaiser Permanente has taken part in the event.
An innovative operation at Kaiser Permanente resulted in a new bladder for Henry Diaz, who after cancer has resumed an active life. Picture, Diaz with his surgeon, Joseph Presti, MD.
A Kaiser Permanente physician and double-lung transplant recipient competes in the World Transplant Games to inspire others to give the gift of life.
A Kaiser Permanente San Francisco physician combines her twin passions of medicine and cooking to help improve the health of patients, doctors, and staff.
Kaiser Permanente Spiritual Care Director Raymond Dougherty offers tips and thoughts on the benefits of keeping a simple gratitude journal.
Kaiser Permanente patients who have completed breast cancer treatment use their experience to provide emotional and practical support to newly diagnosed women.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, a time to learn about reducing your risk and recognizing the signs of stroke.
San Franciscan Ellis Moye suffered 2 concussions playing high-school football. But his specialists at Kaiser Permanente got him healthy and back in the game.