This Mother’s Day read about some ways busy moms can take the time for some much-needed self-care.
Compassion, determination, intellect. Kaiser Permanente nurses do a difficult job while delivering exceptional care to members during some of the most vulnerable moments of their lives. They lead, they innovate. And they do it every single day of the year.
Kaiser Permanente’s 24,000 Northern California nurses deliver care in hospitals and doctors’ offices, on the phone, and at members’ homes. They are clinicians. They are researchers, teachers, and scientists. Their care improves the health of our communities and our nation.
In honor of Nurses Week May 6-12, meet 13 Northern California nurse role models who exemplify the best in nursing at Kaiser Permanente.
Thank you to our 24,000 Northern California nurses – and nurses everywhere – during Nurses Week 2019.
In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month this May, read about Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s innovative teledermotology program. Pictured, Kaiser Permanente employee David Ebright and his wife Marsha Taylor on a hike.
Kaiser Permanente’s Connect 2 Care Telepsychiatry program expands its facility and scope of impact.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Public Affairs Representative Heather Chavez is keeping her day job and finishing the first of 2 books.
April is National Donate Life Month. Learn one family’s experience and how you can register to be an organ, eye, or tissue donor.
Cognitive therapy at Kaiser Permanente in the Santa Clara area is helping hundreds of insomniacs learn how to get a good night’s sleep.
Northern California Kaiser Permanente therapists are partnering with the Boys & Girls Clubs to offer training and socio-emotional support to underserved teens and families in North San Mateo County.
Kaiser Permanente awards PEP Housing $1 million to help build homes for low-income and chronically homeless seniors.