Kaiser Permanente is partnering with the San Francisco Foundation and a trio of nonprofit agencies to help keep Oakland residents in stable housing.
For the eighth consecutive year, Kaiser Permanente’s Medicare health plans in California have earned 5 out of 5 stars, the highest overall rating in the state for quality and service, for 2019 from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Look insideKP NCAL checks in with the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research’s Pathways study of breast cancer survivors.
When the North Bay Fires hit a year ago, many Kaiser Permanente employees and physicians lost homes, security, or simply a way of life. Since then, bi-monthly seminars created by employees are offering a respite to anyone for free.
Kaiser Permanente furthers its commitment to mental health and wellness with financial support, deepening community partnerships, and a call for reducing stigma and developing resilience.
Pro baseball player Mike Marjama credits Kaiser Permanente with saving his life after he suffered from an eating disorder. Now he’s helping others get well.
With the winter months nearing, be aware of symptoms of SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. They may include depression, trouble sleeping, and increased appetite. If you may have SAD, see a professional to explore light therapy, cognitive therapy, or medication. Exercise, eating well, getting plenty of sleep, and seeing others can also help.
Kaiser Permanente employee Valerie Coté and her family make it a point to get the flu vaccine together after they lost 2 family members to complications from the flu.
Millions of Americans have prediabetes but don’t know it. The good news is that they can make simple lifestyle changes to prevent or delay developing type 2 diabetes.
Nearly 200 Kaiser Permanente employees, physicians, family members, and friends took part in the Oakland Pride Parade and Festival Sept. 9.