The medical school is the 6th most diverse in the nation and 2nd in California, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Imelda Dacones, MD, president and CEO of Northwest Permanente, focuses on health disparities and the role of physicians and all of health care to curb injustice.
Edward Ellison, MD, writes how courage and curiosity can create an inclusive workplace and improve the quality of patient care.
Permanente pediatrician Lisa Montes, MD, brings a non-traditional path to medicine as a mentor to future medical students.
For the ninth consecutive year, all 38 of Kaiser Permanente’s hospitals have been recognized as a “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
For the 12th consecutive year, Kaiser Permanente has earned a 100 percent score in the 2018 Corporate Equality Index survey administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Kaiser Permanente senior leaders reaffirm the organization's commitment to diversity and inclusion that includes gender identity.
Shari G. Chevez, MD, is a physician member of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine's Diversity and Inclusion Brain Trust, which is advising how the school's curriculum should incorporate understanding of diversity, inclusion, and health equity.
Michelle Quiogue, MD, a family physician with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, writes about integrating diversity and inclusion principles into the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.