In honor of Lab Week, meet some of Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s lab professionals who work behind the scenes to help clinicians diagnose, treat, and manage disease.
Author: Dolores Radding
In honor of National Donate Life Month, Kaiser Permanente member and employee Audrey Cook shares her story of receiving a life-saving transplant.
Colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death in the United States, yet it is one of the most preventable types of cancer.
Kaiser Permanente is funding free training courses to empower employees and the community to respond compassionately when someone is experiencing a mental health challenge.
In honor of World Kidney Day, March 8, Look insideKP NCAL explores how Kaiser Permanente patients are using peritoneal dialysis to treat their end-stage kidney disease at home.
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.
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center cardiologist and Physician in Chief Rita Ng, MD, offers guidance for preventing heart disease.
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.
Sixteen years after registering to be a bone marrow donor, Jonathan Watkins got a chance to help save a woman’s life.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Nurse Residency and Fellowship Program trains new and experienced RNs to fill in-demand positions in nursing.
Kaiser Permanente psychiatrist Mason Turner, MD, says letting go of the resentment you feel about offenses large and small can lead to better health and happier relationships.