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.
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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.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Cruz orthopaedic technician Chris Amos put his own safety aside to help an unresponsive motorist.
Two Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa nurses lost their home to wildfire, then welcomed a new baby and an unexpected gift.
Kaiser Permanente’s Labor Management Partnership celebrates 20 years with employee and physician selfies.
The Kaiser Permanente educational program is helping employees realize their professional dreams as they earn bachelor’s and advanced degrees in nursing.
A Kaiser Permanente physician advocates for basic CPR training in schools after CPR helped her young son survive sudden cardiac arrest.
Four nurses step in to help a stranger at Oakland’s airport, then reunite with their families later (pictured) and find they have Kaiser Permanente in common.
A Kaiser Permanente physician and double-lung transplant recipient competes in the World Transplant Games to inspire others to give the gift of life.