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.
Author: Douglas Oakley
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.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California therapists will soon begin using iPads and software to aid treatment.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is getting the word out about the condition that afflicts some hospital patients.
South Sacramento physicians use a telephone talk show to educate populations with unequal instances of disease.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Educational Theatre is connecting a record number of student audience members to adults for help.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is expanding access to mental health care by embedding therapists in primary and specialty care settings.
Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento’s Emergency Department demonstrates an innovative approach to integrating mental health care.