Early detection and swift, coordinated care from a Kaiser Permanente team of skilled specialists helped Trish Magruder overcome an aggressive form of breast cancer.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recognized Kaiser Permanente health plans in California with the highest 5-star rating for excellence in care and service quality.
Alfonso and Stevie Joo, basketball coaches and father and son, both faced potentially career-altering injuries. But quick, personalized care from Kaiser Permanente got them back on the court.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s health plan is the only one in the U.S. to receive top ratings for both Medicare and commercial health plans.
MS is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks normal tissues, specifically the brain and spinal cord. While there is no cure, medications, physical therapy, and open communication with physicians can improve a patient’s quality of life.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California care teams are significantly reducing deaths from sepsis, continuously improving treatment, and sharing their knowledge widely.
Liza Barnes experienced a life-threatening aortic dissection, which can start in any part of the aorta but in her case was just above the heart. It came on hard and quick. But equally fast care from Kaiser Permanente saved her life.
Five Kaiser Permanente Northern California hospitals are rated among the state’s Top 50 overall for quality of care by U.S. News & World Report.
When it comes to protecting patients from the potentially deadly intestinal infection C. diff, Kaiser Permanente Northern California hospitals are on par with the best performing hospitals in the country.
An innovative operation at Kaiser Permanente resulted in a new bladder for Henry Diaz, who after cancer has resumed an active life. Picture, Diaz with his surgeon, Joseph Presti, MD.
Kaiser Permanente patients who have completed breast cancer treatment use their experience to provide emotional and practical support to newly diagnosed women.