On Wednesday, March 30, the country celebrated the amazing efforts of doctors via social media while observing National Doctors’ Day.
Physicians are coming together to help combat misinformation around COVID-19 vaccination and the virus.
The inaugural Permanente Women in Medicine conference focused on advancing equity, purpose, and joy for women and their allies in the practice of medicine.
The social media campaign aims to raise awareness around how people can do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19 by wearing masks.
Permanente physicians took to Twitter in an effort to spread awareness about wearing protective masks during COVID-19.
On Thursday, the American Medical Association (AMA) and The Permanente Federation co-hosted a tweet chat, "Clinical Perspectives on Safely Reopening America," which generated an online conversation centered on a path for safely steering Americans through the COVID-19 pandemic and toward a return to normalcy.
With more cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) emerging in the United States, Permanente physicians are stepping up to serve affected communities and share important information.
On Monday, January 20, Kaiser Permanente honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by taking part in several Day of Service projects across the regions we serve. Check out a tweetcap from the day's activities.
On Sunday, November 10, Bernard Tyson passed away in his sleep at the age of 60. Leaders in health, politics, business, and entertainment paid tribute to his legacy.
This tweetcap delves into the debate surrounding the term “provider” and shares a number of insightful perspectives.