Browsing: Our People
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.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Public Affairs Representative Heather Chavez is keeping her day job and finishing the first of 2 books.
In honor of National Doctor’s Day on March 30, learn about a father-son duo in the Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center’s Emergency Department.
Hannah Egge, RN, helped her patient beat pneumonia, then led him to more Kaiser Permanente help to regain his sobriety.
Two Kaiser Permanente therapists volunteer their time to help asylum-seeking families near the U.S.-Mexico border.
Dr. Scott Cohen and Dr. Mark Babo are recognized with David Lawrence Community Service Awards. Pictured, Dr. Cohen teaches newborn resuscitation to a group of indigenous midwives in Chiapas, Mexico.
Development opportunities provide Kaiser Permanente therapists with the chance to share their knowledge with others while gaining information they can use in providing the best care to their patients.