At the Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center, the sweet sounds of harp music are helping patients relax and feel better.
More than a 1,000 Kaiser Permanente employees, physicians, friends, and family members came together to march in the annual San Francisco Pride Parade — the organization’s largest showing to date and the 23rd year Kaiser Permanente has taken part in the event.
A Kaiser Permanente San Francisco physician combines her twin passions of medicine and cooking to help improve the health of patients, doctors, and staff.
Some experts help Kaiser Permanente celebrate Nurses Week, May 6 – 12.
Kaiser Permanente invests in organizations that are helping people discover the physical and mental benefits of enjoying parks.
Five graduates of the original Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing reflect on their education and their work as Kaiser Permanente nurses.
A teenaged trauma patient and members of his Kaiser Permanente care team were recently honored during a special time out at a Sacramento Kings game as part of Kaiser Permanente’s partnership with the Kings.
Christopher Formaker is back to playing basketball after a rare and complex surgical procedure to rid his body of cancer.
In 2016, Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Medical Financial Assistance Program provided $83 million in temporary financial assistance and free health care.
Kaiser Permanente employees and family members celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by volunteering in the community.
Robert Taunton says he’s thankful for the quick and precise stroke care he received from his Kaiser Permanente care team through a unique protocol called Stroke Express.
Kaiser Permanente partnered with nonprofits KaBOOM! and Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministry (FIRM) to build a safe place for children to…