A medical assistant who volunteers at a clinic for the uninsured embodies the Kaiser Permanente ethos of community service.
After influenza B hit schoolchildren hard this fall, 2 strains of influenza A may make this flu season among the worst in a decade. Don’t chance it: Get your flu shot.
In observance of National Glaucoma Awareness Month, learn about this leading cause of blindness for people over age 60.
An $80,000 grant will provide mental health resources and counseling to the Hmong community.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees in the Roseville area spent the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at Seniors First at Manzanita Village, one of four projects in the area this year. They prepared 300 gift bags for Placer County home-bound seniors served by Meals on Wheels, organized a bingo game and raffle, and served lunch.
Kaiser Permanente is a first partner in California Access to Housing and Services Fund, extending its work toward solving homelessness.
Kaiser Permanente’s world-class sports medicine program enables athletes, from professional basketball players to weekend warriors, to stay fit and healthy.
Watch a brief video to learn about Kaiser Permanente’s member advisory councils, including one dedicated to bringing “compassion-filled health care” to transgender patients.
Off-duty Kaiser Permanente pediatric nurse practitioner Debbie Marquez gives CPR and saves a life at the movies.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California recently awarded scholarships to 115 promising nursing students.
The beginning of 2020 brought new babies throughout the Northern California region.