Katherine Gallagher, MD, of Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek, was recently honored with the David Lawrence Community Service Award (DLCSA) for her commitment to volunteerism throughout the world and the countless hours of time and expertise she has shared.
The recent Zika virus outbreak in parts of the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, and South America is serious, and Kaiser Permanente is monitoring it closely. As always, your health and well-being are our top priorities. For more information regarding the virus and any updates, please visit My Doctor Online.
American Cancer Society Honors Theodore R. Levin, MD, for Leadership in Screening for Colorectal Cancer
The American Cancer Society honored Theodore R. Levin, MD, for his leadership in raising the health care system’s screening rates for colorectal cancer to among the highest in the nation, at its 6thannual Jewel Ball on Saturday, November 14, in Alamo.
The flu is serious. Don’t pass it on!
The flu is much worse than a cold. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect you and your family from getting sick. Kaiser Permanente and the Centers for Disease Control recommend a yearly flu vaccine for children 6 months to 18 years old and every adult.
When Warren Keppler, a teacher, trainer and motivational speaker was diagnosed with tongue cancer, he faced tough choices about his care.