After a cancer diagnosis at 52, Greg Sutliff is back to the things that give his life meaning. “I’m a little bit of a science nerd,” said Greg Sutliff. So, when the 52-year-old energy efficiency director learned he had prostate cancer, he had plenty of questions for Alan Iverson, MD, his urologist at Kaiser Permanente in Sacramento. Dr. Iverson answered with pragmatism and empathy.
Kaiser Permanente’s focus on healthy communities dovetailed with a Million Meals Summer event providing free meals for children in need.
Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento’s Emergency Department demonstrates an innovative approach to integrating mental health care.
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.
Kaiser Permanente is partnering with Inner City Capital Connections to help small businesses in economically distressed areas grow and create jobs.
Three new medical office buildings have recently opened in Northern California.
Audrey Weiand has seen 5 generations of her family threatened by the disease. But her multidisciplinary team at Kaiser Permanente has been there to help her live life to the fullest.
Using mindfulness skills, Kaiser Permanente Northern California members learn to relate to chronic pain in a new way. Pictured above,…
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is helping people with chronic pain to reduce their use of opioids pain relievers and get on with their lives.
Kaiser Permanente’s Jason Guardino, DO, MS, offers advice for keeping your stomach and digestive system happy and healthy.
Liza Barnes experienced a life-threatening aortic dissection, which can start in any part of the aorta but in her case was just above the heart. It came on hard and quick. But equally fast care from Kaiser Permanente saved her life.
A child leaving home for the first time can cause parents feelings of both excitement and grief. Learn some tips…