Category Archives: Photo Friday

Photo Friday: Faces of Innovation

Left to right: Lesley Levine, MD, John Mattison, MD, Ted Eytan, MD, Tad Funahashi, MD, Kaiser PermanenteView Faces of Innovation 39947 on I took these photographs, except for the one above (I know a better camera when I see it) at Kaiser Permanente’s annual Innovation Retreat hosted by our Executive Vice President and Chief » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Yes they could shatter glass ceilings. Meeting the women of the Kaiser shipyards

The Women of the World War II Shipyards at The Center for Total Health 39219 on I am fascinated with learning about where we came from – as I said previously (in 2007): “the dreams of those who came before us inform our dreams.” It was beyond meaningful, then, to meet the women who » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: At @ExposedDC with @ReginaHolliday

View Exposed DC Opening Night 38737 on I had a great time at this year’s Exposed DC Opening Night (@ExposedDC), at Washington, DC’s Long View Gallery with lots of special co-habitants from around Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virgina. Washington DC’s status as one of the most extroverted, most social, most beautiful cities in the » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Total Health includes Green Building, @USGBC Headquaters

Left to right: Kelly Worden, MPH(c), Ted Eytan, MD, Matt Trowbridge, MD, Robin Dilworth, Chris Pyke, PhD (@chrispyke) View US Green Building Council Tour 38627 on When my colleague Robin Dilworth and I walked into US Green Building Council (@USGBC) world headquarters, she said, “this feels like such a healthy work environment,” to which » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Equality Selfie, with Washington, DC Mayor Vince Gray

This week’s photograph was taken at Washington, DC’s Metropolitan Community Church. It’s a shot of Washington, DC’s Mayor, Vince Gray (@MayorVinceGray) posing for a selfie with several of his constituents.  View Gertrude Stein Club Forum 38249 on This group of constituents is special, because they are the beneficiaries of Washington, DC’s end to discrimination » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: The end of discrimination in health care for people who are transgender, Washington, DC USA

View Prohibition of Discrimination in Health Insurance based on Gender Identity or Expression 38025 on This weeks photograph was taken in the Mayor Vince Gray’s (@mayorvincegray) ceremonial office, in our nation’s capital (of course) Almost to the year, I wrote this post: When does it get better for trans* people? | Ted Eytan, MD. » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: Why aren’t more people asked about their goals? #TeamJess

View 2012 DC People and Places 0512 11956 on A treasured colleague of mine wrote me this message recently: I miss your posts about patient engagement — which is part of your overall reputation in the industry. We need your voice to continue! This week’s photo does not reflect this week’s Washington, DC weather; » » » » on to the full article