Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s psychiatry residency programs launching in San Jose and Oakland are designed to produce new psychiatrists with a focus on clinical training, leadership, and education.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees and physicians, celebrate the season with this light-hearted video starring your colleagues, regional president Janet Liang, and executive director and CEO of The Permanente Medical Group Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS. Watch the short video above to receive some well-deserved thanks for a wonderful 2018.
Dr. Kenneth A. Katz answers your questions about psoriasis, a disease affecting around 2 to 4 percent of the population worldwide.
Abdominal discomfort and diarrhea or constipation are the hallmarks of this chronic condition. Learn the basics about IBS from a Kaiser Permanente gastrointestinal chief, including treatment options.
Two longtime Kaiser Permanente volunteers at Operation Access retire after helping hundreds of the needy people regain their health and wellness.
Our hearing can deteriorate with time. Be kind to your ears by reducing noise and using earplugs. If you start to miss sounds, see your physician for a diagnosis and help.
Kaiser Permanente physicians May Alhariri and Michael Drusano (pictured with a refugee family in Greece) see the needs of Syrians in teeming tent cities as a long-term commitment — with no end in sight.
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.
A Kaiser Permanente physician advocates for basic CPR training in schools after CPR helped her young son survive sudden cardiac arrest.
A Kaiser Permanente physician and double-lung transplant recipient competes in the World Transplant Games to inspire others to give the gift of life.
A Kaiser Permanente San Francisco physician combines her twin passions of medicine and cooking to help improve the health of patients, doctors, and staff.
San Franciscan Ellis Moye suffered 2 concussions playing high-school football. But his specialists at Kaiser Permanente got him healthy and back in the game.