Kaiser Permanente Northern Calfiornia trains residents from university and community-based programs throughout the region, including Stanford, UC Davis, and UC San Francisco. Kaiser Permanente offers a unique training opportunity for residents from university and community-based programs. Approximately 900 affiliated residents rotate to Kaiser Permanente Northern California facilities each year for 1 to 6 months at a time. Affiliated programs include the specialties of:
The Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara was developed with and continues to be a combined program with Stanford University. The program offers twelve training positions each year and incorporates patient care and teaching styles from community-based managed care, tertiary academic, and county medical centers. Residents rotate through Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center, Stanford University, and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.
For more information, visit Stanford University Division of Emergency Medicine.
Phillip Harter, MD, FACEP
Mark Thanassi, MD, FACEP
Associate Program Director
Stanford University Medical Center
Department of Emergency Medicine
701 Welch Road, Bldg. C
Palo Alto, CA 94304-5777
Phone: (408) 851-5372
Fax: (408) 851-3839
Kaiser Permanente provides active educational leadership to the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program as well as resident rotations at Kaiser Permamente Santa Rosa Medical Center.
The Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency is committed to educating outstanding physicians with a strong Family Medicine identity, grounded in science and guided by empathy and compassion.
For more information, visit Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency.