Earn your Bachelor or Master of Science degree, in programs designed for working nurses. Or earn your Doctor of Nursing Practice or a Ph.D. in nursing. Generous financial assistance is available. Space is limited. Act now to express your interest.
Cultivate the knowledge and skills it takes to move from individual contributor or supervisor to manager. If you’re already a manager or director, gain valuable tools for more effective leadership in today’s rapidly changing health care environment.
Learn the essential skills and knowledge needed to become a chief nursing officer, administrator, or vice president. Our program for aspiring KFH nurse executives helps seasoned mid-level leaders learn on the job. A one-year fellowship will follow.
The 2016 nursing report, produced by Northern California Patient Care Services under the leadership of Regional Chief Nurse Executive Theresa Brodrick, RN, highlights many of the region’s recent accomplishments in hospital nursing. This engaging and informative publication is now available online. Read about the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery project, medical center-driven initiatives to improve the care experience for patients, the Nurse Scholars Academy’s mission to support nurses’ professional growth, and much more.
The Legacy of Nursing, Honoring our Past
The legacy of nursing at Kaiser Permanente is captured in the words, experiences and memories of some of our Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing graduates. They share their experiences as nursing students and as Kaiser Permanente nurses.
“At Kaiser Permanente, our nurses play a critical role in transforming how we care for our patients. The Nurse Scholars Academy is dedicated to the advancement of nursing excellence and leadership in pursuit of total health for our members and the communities we serve.”
Janet A. Liang
President, Northern California Region
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan