Kaiser Permanente is providing grants to expand key mental health services in Northern California.
Author: Anna Fiddler
Kaiser Permanente Northern California centers dedicated to thoracic surgery increase surgical expertise and reduce complications and length of hospital stays.
In observance of Group B Strep Month, read about the bacteria that can cause complications during pregnancy and serious illness in newborns.
In observance of World Hepatitis Day on June 28, read about the hepatitis C virus (HCV) that affects the liver and its treatment that’s considered a medical breakthrough.
Rong Fang, a custodian at UC Berkeley, experienced a life-threatening heart attack. But quick, compassionate and coordinated care from Kaiser Permanente saved his life.
Kaiser Permanente provided free phone counseling support to Butte Country residents affected by the fires.
This Mother’s Day read about some ways busy moms can take the time for some much-needed self-care.
Kaiser Permanente’s Connect 2 Care Telepsychiatry program expands its facility and scope of impact.
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.
In honor of National Doctor’s Day on March 30, learn about a father-son duo in the Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center’s Emergency Department.
Kaiser Permanente mental health professionals are using the app, Recovery Record, to better support their eating disorder patients’ journey to recovery.
Dr. Scott Cohen and Dr. Mark Babo are recognized with David Lawrence Community Service Awards. Pictured, Dr. Cohen teaches newborn resuscitation to a group of indigenous midwives in Chiapas, Mexico.