Kaiser Permanente is helping launch a second campus of The Primary School in Hayward.
Working nurses can now get advanced degrees in their field across the Northern California Region. Pictured, Denise Hippert, RN, will begin classes in Fresno next month.
Dan Gizzo, PhD, will launch a new academic program focused on mental health careers, increasing the pipeline for new therapists statewide.
A Kaiser Permanente physician is on a quest to care for kids at high-need, low-income schools.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is getting the word out about the condition that afflicts some hospital patients.
South Sacramento physicians use a telephone talk show to educate populations with unequal instances of disease.
Celebrate Black History Month in the kitchen with Linda Shiue, MD, trained chef and director of Culinary Medicine at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco.
Kaiser Permanente and Initiative for a Competitive Inner City enter Sacramento, the fifth U.S. city where they are helping businesses create more good-paying jobs through a program called Inner City Capital Connections.
As part of its commitment to community health and its partnership with the Oakland Unified School District, Kaiser Permanente is providing financial support and volunteer mentors to ensure that more Oakland students graduate from college.
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 partners with The Alliance for a Healthier Generation to honor schools that promote healthy habits.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California awarded more than $1.7 million in grants to improve access to mental health programs in the community and enhance school-based wellness programs.