After a snowboarding accident, a patient expressed gratitude to his care team for helping him heal.
Shocked by a cancer diagnosis, a mother and aspiring lawyer gets the high-quality care and emotional support she needs to live the life she wants.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California leads the way in performing less invasive gynecologic surgeries.
U.S. News & World Report’s annual study rates all Kaiser Permanente Northern California hospitals as “high performing” for stroke and pneumonia care.
An innovative new program in Northern California gives the option to receive hospital level care at home.
A new, innovative remote monitoring program for pregnant patients makes care more convenient, safer, and equitable.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s life-saving Advance Alert Monitor (AAM) program — an early detection system that helps care teams predict when hospitalized patients are at risk for clinical deterioration — has been recognized by The Joint Commission and National Quality Forum.
An innovative telehealth program at Kaiser Permanente Northern California (KPNC) is expanding support for people with serious, persistent mental illness by adding psychiatric clinical pharmacists to their care teams.
Within 24 hours, Dale Templeton knew he needed a cardiac diagnosis and help from Kaiser Permanente.
Kaiser Permanente study finds patients in low-socioeconomic-status neighborhoods benefited from help connecting with video medical visits.