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To protect the health of our members and staff from COVID-19, we have temporarily closed our clinic. Until further notice, we will be offering all our normal treatment virtually.
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My nursing career began at Kaiser almost 16yrs ago. I have worked in various capacities beginning with 9yrs in the Emergency Department, Float & Rapid response/code blue team for the hospital, transitioned to the PACU, and most recently in my nurse practitioner role the last 7yrs began in Employee health, transitioned to Perioperative medicine where I currently work at Kaiser. Recovery is important to me because it’s so rewarding to me to be the provider of the care as I get to take part in the transformation & evolving process. I have witnessed poor care rendered to patients with addiction. There are different paths to achieving the same goal so being able to assist given the trajectory of recovery is fulfilling.
Dorothy Moore retired from Kaiser Permanente after 17 years of critical care nursing— ICU and the ED. She is now an Assistant Professor of Nursing at San Jose State University. Dorothy cares about recovery treatment because she worked in the emergency department in Oakland, CA for many years and was very disturbed by how poorly people with addiction disease were being treated. She knows too well what addiction can do to families and she does her part to help stop the stigma, and start looking at addiction as a treatable, common, chronic disease.
Sherrie has degrees in social work, counseling, and psychology. She also holds the Advanced Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Senior Addiction Specialist certifications. A professional in the addiction field for over 25 years, Sherrie has a passion for meeting members where they are and is honored to be a part of their journey to recovery. She knows that there is more than one way to recover, and strives to help people in whatever way works best for them. In her free time, Sherrie enjoys spending time with her family, including her best friend, her dog Lilly.
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