Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Child Abuse Services and Prevention program empowers clinicians to provide high-quality care for children and advocate for their safety and total well-being.
In honor of National Donate Life Month, Kaiser Permanente member and employee Audrey Cook shares her story of receiving a life-saving transplant.
In our ‘Where Are They Now?’ series, we check back with the 5 breast cancer survivors — 4 of whom are cared for by the same oncologist at Kaiser Permanente Antioch. The group is behind the hot pink license plates now showing up on California roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles projects the specialty plate will be the most successful ever produced.
Colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death in the United States, yet it is one of the most preventable types of cancer.
Kaiser Permanente is funding free training courses to empower employees and the community to respond compassionately when someone is experiencing a mental health challenge.
Hours after a tumor diagnosis, Sondra Smith safely delivered her daughter and underwent an urgent, successful surgery at Kaiser Permanente.
In honor of World Kidney Day, March 8, Look insideKP NCAL explores how Kaiser Permanente patients are using peritoneal dialysis to treat their end-stage kidney disease at home.
Dori Pettigrew suffered cardiac arrest, organ failure, and a medically induced coma. But she had something in her favor: a Kaiser Permanente care team that never gave up.
Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Science’s new medical assisting program that launched in April 2017 provides more than a classroom education.
As part of its commitment to community health and its partnership with the Oakland Unified School District, Kaiser Permanente is providing financial support and volunteer mentors to ensure that more Oakland students graduate from college.
Two longtime Kaiser Permanente volunteers at Operation Access retire after helping hundreds of the needy people regain their health and wellness.