One of 3 Northern California nurses who is being recognized as a Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse is described by her colleagues as a caregiver with extraordinary powers, a tenacious spirit, and the compassion of a saint.
Browsing: Our People
In honor of Lab Week, meet some of Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s lab professionals who work behind the scenes to help clinicians diagnose, treat, and manage disease.
In honor of National Donate Life Month, Kaiser Permanente member and employee Audrey Cook shares her story of receiving a life-saving transplant.
Dr. Debra Matityahu and Megan Williams are recognized with David Lawrence Community Service Awards. Pictured above, Dr. Matityahu poses with some of her patients in Kenya.
Sixteen years after registering to be a bone marrow donor, Jonathan Watkins got a chance to help save a woman’s life.
Going door to door in remote villages, a team of Kaiser Permanente nurse volunteers worked to keep residents healthy after the hurricane.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Nurse Residency and Fellowship Program trains new and experienced RNs to fill in-demand positions in nursing.
A photo essay tells the story of the heroic and extraordinary actions of Kaiser Permanente physicians and staff during and after the North Bay fires.
A 9-year-old girl found a unique and beautiful way to say thank you to her Kaiser Permanente caregivers.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Emergency Department nurse Michelle Patino, RN, volunteered around the clock at a makeshift medical center for North Bay fire evacuees.
Julayne Smithson, RN, could save only her nursing papers and some scrubs from her burning home located behind Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa. Then she went back to work.