Author: Douglas Oakley
Yener Balan, MD, Kaiser Permanente Northern California executive director of Behavioral Health, offers insight on how to maintain your mental health, talk to children, and support colleagues during times of unrelenting bad news.
Our History. Our Health. That was the theme of the Kaiser Permanente Black History Month Health Fair February 29 at the Fabiola Medical Offices in Oakland.
With Kaiser Permanente grants, African American churches in San Francisco and the East Bay are developing mental health first aid and awareness programs.
Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center participated in a 3-year study that has cardiologists worldwide rethinking the use of stents and open-heart bypass surgery in some cases.
A new mental health assessment and tracking application accommodates blind and low vision members.
A medical assistant who volunteers at a clinic for the uninsured embodies the Kaiser Permanente ethos of community service.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees in the Roseville area spent the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at Seniors First at Manzanita Village, one of four projects in the area this year. They prepared 300 gift bags for Placer County home-bound seniors served by Meals on Wheels, organized a bingo game and raffle, and served lunch.
Kaiser Permanente’s world-class sports medicine program enables athletes, from professional basketball players to weekend warriors, to stay fit and healthy.
Wildfire, power outage, or flood: When disaster strikes, Kaiser Permanente home health care givers get the job done.
Kaiser Permanente continues its commitment to helping Santa Rosa recover from a devasting fire 2 years ago.