Author: Karen Eisenberg

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After a cancer diagnosis at 52, Greg Sutliff is back to the things that give his life meaning. “I’m a little bit of a science nerd,” said Greg Sutliff. So, when the 52-year-old energy efficiency director learned he had prostate cancer, he had plenty of questions for Alan Iverson, MD, his urologist at Kaiser Permanente in Sacramento. Dr. Iverson answered with pragmatism and empathy.

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One of 3 Northern California nurses who is being recognized as a Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse leads the region’s Caring Science program, which helps nurses to be authentic, kind, and present in their professional practice.

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One of 3 Northern California nurses who is being recognized as a Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse leads the region’s Caring Science program, which helps nurses to be authentic, kind, and present in their professional practice.

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Throughout his career, 2016 Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse Award winner Richard Kimbrel, RN, BSN, MSN, has worked to help people in their most vulnerable moments.

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2016 Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse Award winner Milanelle Guiao-Tranchina, RN, BSN, CMSRN, has a nursing practice equally informed by competence and compassion.

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By providing free cribs to families who need them, Dr. Ethan Cutts is helping to halt the incidence of sleep-related…

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Breast cancer expert Susan Kutner, MD, talks about Kaiser Permanente’s pioneering work to prevent breast cancer — and to detect…

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Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco physician Russ Granich, MD, discusses how to determine when older adults need your help — and…