Kaiser Permanente Statement on Donations of Personal Protective Equipment March 24, 2020 Kaiser Permanente is grateful for the many individuals,…
Kaiser Permanente is providing $1 million to increase capacity for preventing and treating cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, within the nation’s homeless population in a collaboration with the National Health Care for the Homeless Council.
What is COVID-19? Is it a pandemic? In this short video, these questions are answered.
How does COVID-19 spread, and how do I avoid it? In this short video, these questions are answered.
A Kaiser Permanente cardiac team saves a Roseville patient’s life; health educators change his lifestyle.
In this comprehensive 6-minute video, your pressing COVID-19 questions are answered by Stephen Parodi, MD, Kaiser Permanente National Infectious Disease Leader, and Michelle Gaskill-Hames, senior vice president of Hospitals and Health Plan Operations and incident commander of the Northern California Emergency Response Command Center.
Off-duty Kaiser Permanente pediatric nurse practitioner Debbie Marquez gives CPR and saves a life at the movies.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is ready and able to treat an Ebola patient and keep others safe in the process.
Kaiser Permanente San Francisco nurse Jason Bensan used his CPR training while vacationing on Oahu in order to save a 79-year-old man’s life.
Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento’s Emergency Department demonstrates an innovative approach to integrating mental health care.
The North Bay fires forced the evacuation of the Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center. How are employees and physicians…
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.