In 1995, Dr. Huber met with a small group of Kaiser Permanente health care professionals who, like her, were becoming concerned about latex allergies among health care providers and patients. With Dr. Huber’s involvement, the group developed and promoted a…
"I was working in a system I found frustratingly inefficient and given the right opportunity I knew I could make it better."
"There are some things we do in our professional careers that ultimately become our legacies. After I retire, I hope that this program will be ongoing, making the practices of our physicians better and helping our patients get great care."
Dr. Haiman single-handedly initiated a movement of Performance Improvement that influenced the entire medical center.
"Providing medical care for free brings me back to the roots of why I went into medicine in the first place, which is to help people. Through my volunteer experiences, I’ve developed more humility, gratitude and joy in my regular practice."