Tagged: Oakland


Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Science’s new medical assisting program that launched in April 2017 provides more than a classroom education.


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.


A Kaiser Permanente physician and double-lung transplant recipient competes in the World Transplant Games to inspire others to give the gift of life.


Feb. 26 – March 4 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Learn the early signs of the disease in adolescents…


A new program supported by Kaiser Permanente distributes diapers and baby hygiene kits to address family health and community needs…


With medical assistants in high demand, Kaiser Permanente is helping to fill the need for training by launching a new Associate of Science Degree program this spring.


CARDIA was the first major study of heart health to enroll participants who were relatively young, racially diverse, and both male and female. Thirty years later, participants gathered in Oakland to celebrate.


A Kaiser Permanente grant is aimed at improving diagnosis and treatment for low-income and underserved communities in the East Bay.…