Kaiser Permanente Northern California recently awarded scholarships to 115 promising nursing students.
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 Oakland nurses Carlina Fernandes and Jean Quigley personally fundraise to bring pediatric oncology patients such as Alfonso Gomez on all-expense paid trips to a convention where ‘no one is alone.’
Compassion, determination, intellect. Kaiser Permanente nurses do a difficult job while delivering exceptional care to members during some of the most vulnerable moments of their lives. They lead, they innovate. And they do it every single day of the year.
Kaiser Permanente’s 24,000 Northern California nurses deliver care in hospitals and doctors’ offices, on the phone, and at members’ homes. They are clinicians. They are researchers, teachers, and scientists. Their care improves the health of our communities and our nation.
In honor of Nurses Week May 6-12, meet 13 Northern California nurse role models who exemplify the best in nursing at Kaiser Permanente.
Thank you to our 24,000 Northern California nurses – and nurses everywhere – during Nurses Week 2019.
Hannah Egge, RN, helped her patient beat pneumonia, then led him to more Kaiser Permanente help to regain his sobriety.
Kaiser Permanente nurse scholars share fun and nutrition education at free summer lunch sites in the Sacramento area this summer.
One of 3 Northern California nurses who is being recognized as a Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse leads the region’s Caring Science program, which helps nurses to be authentic, kind, and present in their professional practice.
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.
Going door to door in remote villages, a team of Kaiser Permanente nurse volunteers worked to keep residents healthy after the hurricane.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Nurse Residency and Fellowship Program trains new and experienced RNs to fill in-demand positions in nursing.
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.