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.
Dr. Debra Matityahu and Megan Williams are recognized with David Lawrence Community Service Awards. Pictured above, Dr. Matityahu poses with some of her patients in Kenya.
Our hearing can deteriorate with time. Be kind to your ears by reducing noise and using earplugs. If you start to miss sounds, see your physician for a diagnosis and help.
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center cardiologist and Physician in Chief Rita Ng, MD, offers guidance for preventing heart disease.
Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Medical Centers are recognized for providing rapid stroke care to patients. Pictured, representatives from Kaiser Permanente’s medical centers at the International Stroke Conference where they received the American Heart Association awards.
Julie Wright went from cancer diagnosis to treatment within one month at Kaiser Permanente. Today she is living a full life as a mother and environmental consultant, thanks to her physicians and Kaiser Permanente’s specialized Neuro-Oncology Pharmacy Service.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California awards Deloras Jones Scholarships to 120 promising nursing students in the community.
A health care team of more than 60 Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek physicians and staff successfully delivered Amy and Chad Kempel’s quintuplets.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees and physicians volunteered on the organization’s fourteenth Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, with a focus on homelessness.
California’s flu season may be the worst in a decade — and getting the flu shot is still worthwhile.