Your thyroid may not be something you typically think about it, but its function is sure to catch your attention if it’s not working the way it should.
Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento’s Emergency Department demonstrates an innovative approach to integrating mental health care.
On Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s 15th Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, employees and physicians volunteered at worksites throughout the Bay Area.
Kaiser Permanente initiatives strengthen affordable housing and health in the community.
Kaiser Permanente members who chose video visits were overwhelmingly satisfied with this way to visit with their doctor, according to research correspondence published this fall in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Teens love to sleep. But how long and deep should their sleep be for good health? New studies in collaboration with investigators at the Division of Research find that poor sleep habits in adolescents may increase their risk for obesity and heart trouble down the line.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s psychiatry residency programs launching in San Jose and Oakland are designed to produce new psychiatrists with a focus on clinical training, leadership, and education.
Development opportunities provide Kaiser Permanente therapists with the chance to share their knowledge with others while gaining information they can use in providing the best care to their patients.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees and physicians, celebrate the season with this light-hearted video starring your colleagues, regional president Janet Liang, and executive director and CEO of The Permanente Medical Group Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS. Watch the short video above to receive some well-deserved thanks for a wonderful 2018.
Kaiser Permanente supports the San Francisco Ballet in bringing regular dance-inspired movement classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease.