In honor of Alcohol Awareness Month in April, learn about the LINKAGE program, Kaiser Permanente’s unique, regional approach to supporting members who struggle with alcohol and drug problems.
Swift care at Kaiser Permanente gave twins born at just 24 weeks a fighting chance at life.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Child Abuse Services and Prevention program empowers clinicians to provide high-quality care for children and advocate for their safety and total well-being.
Hours after a tumor diagnosis, Sondra Smith safely delivered her daughter and underwent an urgent, successful surgery at Kaiser Permanente.
In honor of World Kidney Day, March 8, Look insideKP NCAL explores how Kaiser Permanente patients are using peritoneal dialysis to treat their end-stage kidney disease at home.
Dori Pettigrew suffered cardiac arrest, organ failure, and a medically induced coma. But she had something in her favor: a Kaiser Permanente care team that never gave up.
Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California Medical Centers are recognized for providing rapid stroke care to patients. Pictured, representatives from Kaiser Permanente’s medical centers at the International Stroke Conference where they received the American Heart Association awards.
Julie Wright went from cancer diagnosis to treatment within one month at Kaiser Permanente. Today she is living a full life as a mother and environmental consultant, thanks to her physicians and Kaiser Permanente’s specialized Neuro-Oncology Pharmacy Service.
A health care team of more than 60 Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek physicians and staff successfully delivered Amy and Chad Kempel’s quintuplets.
Read about the many remarkable achievements of Kaiser Permanente’s more than 22,000 dedicated and skilled nurses in the Visions, Nursing’s 2017 report.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California has helped more than 100,000 of its members quit smoking.