Working nurses can now get advanced degrees in their field across the Northern California Region. Pictured, Denise Hippert, RN, will begin classes in Fresno next month.
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Dan Gizzo, PhD, will launch a new academic program focused on mental health careers, increasing the pipeline for new therapists statewide.
For Carey Watson, MD, new medical director of Kaiser Permanente’s Family Violence Prevention Program, any domestic or intimate partner violence prevention is core to general health.
Kaiser Permanente San Francisco nurse Jason Bensan used his CPR training while vacationing on Oahu in order to save a 79-year-old man’s life.
Leena Khanzode, MD, has been recognized locally and globally for her volunteerism, including her recent work with refugees at a Santa Clara County community clinic.
A Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara employee group finds fun and melts workplace tension with ukuleles.
Kaiser Permanente Oakland nurses Carlina Fernandes and Jean Quigley personally fundraise to bring pediatric oncology patients such as Alfonso Gomez on all-expense paid trips to a convention where ‘no one is alone.’
Compassion, determination, intellect. Kaiser Permanente nurses do a difficult job while delivering exceptional care to members during some of the most vulnerable moments of their lives. They lead, they innovate. And they do it every single day of the year.
Kaiser Permanente’s 24,000 Northern California nurses deliver care in hospitals and doctors’ offices, on the phone, and at members’ homes. They are clinicians. They are researchers, teachers, and scientists. Their care improves the health of our communities and our nation.
In honor of Nurses Week May 6-12, meet 13 Northern California nurse role models who exemplify the best in nursing at Kaiser Permanente.
Thank you to our 24,000 Northern California nurses – and nurses everywhere – during Nurses Week 2019.