Kaiser Permanente announces 2 new grants in line with its mission to create healthy communities through housing support.
Author: Douglas Oakley
A Northern California mental health clinic for Spanish speaking members is expanding at Kaiser Permanente. Pictured, mental health therapist Alejandra Ledezma outside her Walnut Creek office.
Kaiser Permanente sponsored the 20th annual Kahuna Kupuna surf contest in Pacifica, California, for surfers over age 40. Pictured, Emily Flannagan performs a cross step maneuver on her long board in an early heat of the contest.
In observance of National Youth Sports Week July 15-21, we spotlight skateboarding injury prevention and compare the injury rate to other popular youth sports.
A mental health program called La Clínica at the Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center is providing care for the Hispanic community, which has its own set of values and traditions.
Hugs, a few tears and lots of inspiration were in abundance during the Celebrate Life in Full Bloom event to honor cancer survivors at the Kaiser Permanente Vallejo Medical Center June 29.
A Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara employee group finds fun and melts workplace tension with ukuleles.
KP Launch, the Kaiser Permanente Northern California high school and college internship program, is expanding its college cohort as part its mission to increase diversity in health care.
With support from Kaiser Permanente, mothers visiting the Santa Clara Central Park Library now have a private place to breastfeed their children.
When it comes to living a long life, there are a surprisingly high number of preventive measures men can take on their own — including simply visiting a doctor — to stave off deadly diseases.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Public Affairs Representative Heather Chavez is keeping her day job and finishing the first of 2 books.
Kaiser Permanente awards PEP Housing $1 million to help build homes for low-income and chronically homeless seniors.