Bernard Tyson, Kaiser Permanente CEO, dead at 60
Tyson was the first African American to lead Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest not-for-profit health care system.
San Francisco Chronicle
Bernard Tyson, chairman and CEO of Oakland-based health care giant Kaiser Permanente, has died. He was 60.
Ashish "The pandemic is not done with
This is such sad and shocking news. Bernard Tyson was one of the giants of American medicine and a fearless advocate for equity and better care for all Americans. His sudden loss makes us all poorer.
Peter WT Pisters, M.D.
Deeply saddened to learn of the loss of
- an amazing colleague who was a tireless advocate for health equity and better health care for all Americans. RIP my friend.