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‘Stroll to Thrive’ kicks off Valentine’s Day in Roseville

Parents are invited to join a free, new walking club where they can “Stroll to Thrive” with their infants or toddlers. The Kaiser Permanente program kicks off Valentin ...

A visit from a King

Young patients at Kaiser Permanente’s Women and Children’s Center in Roseville received holiday gifts from a surprise visitor Saturday — Sacramento Kings center D ...

‘Shop with a Doc’ event brings new clothes and big smiles to Roseville children

More than 50 Roseville children have new coats, shoes and clothes for the cold weather ahead thanks to Kaiser Permanente physicians and staff who gave time and money to help childr ...

Granite Bay resident honored with prestigious award

David Koh, MD, a Granite Bay resident and longtime physician, has received a prestigious award from Kaiser Permanente for excellence in leadership and management. Koh, chief of ra ...

Weighing in on obesity

In June, the American Medical Association decided to classify obesity as a disease during its annual meeting, formalizing a view long held by experts in the field. Obesity is a pu ...

Kaiser employees roll up their sleeves on MLK Jr. Day of Service

Kaiser Permanente employees Laura Moreno, Debbie Bridgham and Pamela Emmert spent a day off raking leaves at Placer ARC’s art studio in Roseville as part of the health provid ...

Kaiser doctor lauded for protecting babies from toxins

Dr. Jeanne Conry doesn’t have much leisurely time left for bird watching anymore. There also isn’t much time for hiking, swimming, gardening or visiting her fashion-de ...

Kaiser nurses picket in Roseville over patient care, staffing levels

A platoon of crimson-clad nurses marched along Douglas Boulevard today, chanting and waving big picket signs that read, “Safe staffing now!” According to the Californi ...