Kaiser Permanente Northern California is ready and able to treat an Ebola patient and keep others safe in the process.
Author: Douglas Oakley
Kaiser Permanente is using solar panels to create its own green energy and ease the negative health effects of climate change.
The flu vaccine is available to Kaiser Permanente members starting Sept. 21 through the season’s end.
A free Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre program for high school students examines mental health and stigma and is followed by…
Kaiser Permanente is expanding its program that connects cancer survivors to comprehensive follow-up care, ensuring they stay healthy for the long haul. Pictured, Kaiser Permanente Northern California member Sam Wiley and his wife, Hazel Weiss.
A Kaiser Permanente physician is on a quest to care for kids at high-need, low-income schools.
Kaiser Permanente announces 2 new grants in line with its mission to create healthy communities through housing support.
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.