Why Kaiser Permanente? Members Say It Best
Every member has his or her own story to tell because every care experience is unique. Take a minute to see just what makes Kaiser Permanente the kind of place that inspires members to share their stories. Discover for yourself how these patients' lives have changed.
Thanks to scholarship assistance from Kaiser Permanente's Teen Pregnancy and Parenting Clinic, Myah Williams is able to pursue her dreams of becoming a college graduate.
Alan Harmon has been a Kaiser Permanente patient for 30 years thanks to the dedicated care of his physicians at Bellevue Medical Center and the convenience of our all-in-one service location.
Gerald Alexander, a retired social service worker, feels better after he started moving more and sitting less.
Following his surgery, Mike Royer no longer needs diabetes medication and has returned to swimming, skiing, scuba diving, and more.
Member Majid Hadji turned to biking to keep his blood sugar under control.
With a family history of breast cancer, member Amanda Bennett finds Kaiser Permanente's preventive care very reassuring.
After diagnosis and treatment for a rare form of cancer, Marcy Nelson says Kaiser Permanente is the best place to be a patient.
After an irregular pap test and two biopsies, Claudia August was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. She credits Kaiser Permanente for saving her life.
After suffering a seizure, Michelle Small was quickly treated for a brain tumor. She credits neurosurgeon Chong Lee, MD, PhD, for helping her make the right treatment decision.
Members Claire Tinker and Shawn Boice continued to exercise during treatment, and said their exercise routines helped them stay fit and keep a positive outlook.
Rose Hesselbrock says compassionate nurses helped get her through her chemotherapy treatments.