Jacob Mishell, MD, has given countless people a new lease on life through his work in helping to build the transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) program.
Today, Dr. Rodriguez is involved in many efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of the local Latino community. His dedication to community outreach encourages and inspires others to follow his lead.
In the years after the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended against PSA-based screening in all men, many fewer men were diagnosed with prostate cancer but more were found to have advanced cancers, according to a large study of nearly a half-million screening-eligible men in Kaiser Permanente’s Northern California region.
Dr. Daniel Klein is recognized for the indispensable role he played in the transformation of HIV/AIDS from a mostly fatal disease to a chronic, manageable condition.
A number of our country’s best head and neck surgeons have one thing in common; they were trained by Dr. Raul Cruz. Since 2001, Dr. Cruz has directed Kaiser Permanente Oakland’s distinguished Head & Neck
Dr. Levis has written up more than 500 cases as teaching tools for his fellow physicians throughout the region. “My hope is that Heart Alerts will help other ED physicians rapidly identify a STEMI heart
Dr. Meltzer’s journey to improve care for patients with head and neck cancer began by creating a virtual Head and Neck Multidisciplinary Tumor Board with a community of specialists from around the region.
Patients with skin conditions get rapid access to diagnosis and care thanks to the efforts of Dr. Crowley. She envisioned a way to use technology to create a virtual roving dermatology program, now known as
Drs. Clay Angel and Wendy Eberhardt partnered to develop the Delirium Management Program. Its relentless focus on evidence-based, non-pharmacologic strategies helps prevent and treat delirium.
TPMG is well prepared to respond to an infectious disease outbreak thanks to Dr. Parodi, chair of the chiefs of Infectious Diseases. He also leads efforts to reduce use of antibiotics and improve infection-control protocols.