Ann Rubin reports.
Kaiser medical workers in Oakland create a musical message of thanks to the "Super Heroes" working on the front line against the coronavirus.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf says now Kaiser plans to stay in its existing offices seven East Bay buildings instead of a single tower in downtown Oakland.
It's the second day of a five-day strike planned at Kaiser mental health clinics across California.
In the Bay Area, union psychologists, therapists, psychiatric nurses and other healthcare workers will strike at Kaiser facilities in Oakland, Walnut Creek, Redwood City, Santa Clara and San Jose following more than a year without a contract.
Kaiser locations across California will be affected.
Since 2016, Adams had served as Kaiser's executive vice president and group president, with direct responsibility for health plan and hospital operations in all eight Kaiser Permanente regions.
A planned five-day strike by 4,000 Kaiser Permanente psychologists, mental health therapists and other medical professionals, originally to have started Monday, has been postponed in acknowledgement of the death Sunday of Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson.
Union officials representing mental health professionals at Kaiser Permanente postponed a planned five-day strike across California that was to set begin Monday in deference to today's passing of Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson.
Oakland-based Kaiser Permanente announced late Sunday morning that chairman and CEO Bernard Tyson passed away Sunday. He was 60 years old.
The health care giant announced the death of their CEO Sunday afternoon.