November 1, 2016
The La Salud Permanente Latino Health Elective offers Spanish-speaking 4th year U.S. medical school students and residents (PGY2 and above) who are passionate about Latino health a unique rotation opportunity in several Northern California locations. Visit our webpage for more information. https://residency-ncal.kaiserpermanente.org/med-students/lsp-elective/
August 22, 2016
The Kaiser Permanente Northern California Patient Safety Fellowship is a one-year program offered by the Regional Graduate Medical Education Office and Regional Quality and Safety Leadership, and may be located at any number of our KP medical centers. The purpose of the Interprofessional Fellowship Program in Patient Safety is to provide post-residency trained physicians an in-depth education in patient safety practice, leadership and research. Up to two positions are offered each year.
July 5, 2016
The Kaiser Permanente Napa Solano Community Medicine and Global Health (CMGH) fellowship is designed to train primary care physicians (specialty boarded or board-eligible in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine or Pediatrics) to become teachers, mentors and leaders in community medicine and global health. During this 13-month fellowship (July 1 – July 31), fellows will work with CMGH faculty to provide Community-Oriented Primary Care in medically underserved communities and engage in health disparities research and Community Based Research Projects.
May 17, 2016
Read more about KP Sacramento's Mark Babo, MD, and his dedication to teaching and Global Health. He says, “Missionary medicine is the means of fulfilling my personal goal of serving the world’s needy through medicine..." Dr. Babo has been licensed to practice medicine not only in Oklahoma, California and Louisiana, but also in Kenya, Nigeria and Jamaica. He says he has learned valuable lessons about human relations from his work overseas.
May 17, 2016
Congratulations to Pamela Edillon, MD, KP San Jose Medical Center, for receiving the Educator of the Year award from Boston University School of Medicine. Harley Goldberg, MD, KP San Jose Director of Medical Education describes her best when he says, "She represents all of our dedicated preceptors, who give so generously of their knowledge, time, and mentorship, day in and day out. With appreciation to all of our preceptors, who weave the fabric of our medical education program, every day. Thank you!"
Congratulations Thomas Dugoni, MD: 2016 Dean’s Special Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching at Kaiser Permanente
April 25, 2016
Drexel University College of Medicine has selected Dr. Dugoni as the recipient of the 2016 Dean’s Special Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching at Kaiser Permanente. Nominations for the awards were received from students and awardees were selected by an administrative selection committee. His dedication and commitment to the education of the Drexel students is truly appreciated, and is indicative of his selection for this award. Dr. Dugoni will be presented the award on May 20, 2016. Congratulations, Dr. Dugoni!
Congratulations Juan Guerra, MD: IMQ 2016 Cultural Linguistic Competency Physician Leader Award Recipient
April 25, 2016
Dr. Guerra will receive the award during the CME Provider Annual Conference on April 29th. This is a well-deserved award for Dr. Guerra, who's contribution and dedication to advancing cultural linguistic competency in education is recognized by colleagues, residents and students in the medical community. Congratulations, Dr. Guerra!
October 8, 2015
KPNC Residency Programs would like to congratulate Alexander Levy, MD for being the recipient of 2 UCSF teaching awards: 2014-15 Kaiser Award for Excellence in Teaching and 2014-15 Essential Core Teaching Award for Outstanding FPC Preceptor. Dr. Levy is the Site Director for the KP South San Francisco UCSF FCM 110 Rotation. Congratulations on this well-deserved accomplishment!
September 25, 2015
Congratulations to Laura Minikel, MD, Oakland OBGYN Residency Program Director! Dr. Minikel is the recipient of the 2015 KPNC Teaching Award. Dr. Minikel provides a vision for the residency program as the leader, while continuing to be an outstanding teacher. She is a fierce advocate for residency education. Her colleagues describe her as an excellent clinician with a passion and gift for teaching. Congratulations, Dr. Minikel!
September 2, 2015
The Kaiser Permanente Northern California Patient Safety Fellowship is a one year program offered by the Regional Graduate Medical Education Office and Regional Quality and Safety Leadership, and may be located at any number of our KP medical centers. The purpose of the Interprofessional Fellowship Program in Patient Safety is to provide post-residency trained physicians an in-depth education in patient safety practice, leadership and research. Up to two positions are offered each year.