Kaiser Permanente is expanding outpatient mental health services in San Jose next month with a new 11,840 square-foot clinic and additional therapists.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California receives top score for behavioral and mental health care and overall quality of care.
Quick, compassionate care from Kaiser Permanente helped Jo Peek overcome early-stage breast cancer.
More than 85% of Kaiser Permanente mastectomy patients now recover safely in the comfort of their own homes.
Two Kaiser Permanente Northern California programs are honored with the NCQA Innovation Award for reducing surgical patient hospital stays by nearly 50%.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is ready and able to treat an Ebola patient and keep others safe in the process.
A year after her breast cancer diagnosis, Jillian Anaya credits her Kaiser Permanente care team with saving her life.
In observance of Mental Illness Awareness Week October 6 to 12, learned how Kaiser Permanente researchers and clinicians are collaborating to solve real-world behavioral health dilemmas.
Eating and getting moving sooner after a cesarean section can improve recovery for new moms.
For 50 years, the California Newborn Screening Program has been Kaiser Permanente’s early warning system that helps protect its youngest patients from treatable genetic diseases.
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.