Fast Facts About Kaiser Permanente

Updated: May 25, 2016

  



Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente is one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health plans, serving more than 10.6 million members, with headquarters in Oakland, California. It comprises:

At Kaiser Permanente, physicians are responsible for medical decisions. The Permanente Medical Groups, which provide care for Kaiser Permanente members, continuously develop and refine medical practices to help ensure that care is delivered in the most efficient and effective manner possible.

Health Plan Membership, by Region

Colorado:
672,416
Georgia:
296,400
Hawaii:
247,876
Mid-Atlantic States (VA, MD, DC):
667,565
Northern California:
3,964,737
Northwest (Oregon/Washington):
545,337
Southern California:
4,232,737

Data as of March 31, 2016 (Q1).

Medical facilities and physicians

Hospitals:
38
Medical Offices:
and other outpatient facilities
626
Physicians:
Approximate, representing all specialties
18,652*
Nurses:
Approximate, representing all specialties
51,010
Employees:
Approximate, representing technical, administrative and clerical employees and caregivers
189,302

Data as of March 31, 2016 (Q1) unless otherwise noted.
* as of December 31, 2015

Annual Operating Revenue

2015: 60.7 billion
2014: $56.4 billion
2013: $53.1 billion
2012: $50.6 billion
2011: $47.9 billion
2010: $44.2 billion
2009: $42.1 billion
2008: $40.3 billion

Local markets

Northern California

  • Central Valley
  • Diablo
  • East Bay
  • Fresno
  • Greater Southern Alameda
  • Marin/Sonoma
  • Napa/Solano
  • Roseville
  • Sacramento
  • San Francisco
  • San Jose
  • San Mateo
  • Santa Clara
  • South Sacramento

Southern California

  • Coachella Valley
  • Kern County
  • Inland Empire
  • Metro Los Angeles/West Los Angeles
  • Orange County
  • San Diego County
  • Tri-Central Area
  • West Ventura/Valleys

Colorado

  • Denver
  • Boulder
  • Colorado Springs
  • Pueblo

Georgia

  • Atlanta
  • Athens

Hawaii

  • Kauai
  • Hawaii
  • Maui
  • Oahu

Mid-Atlantic States

  • Baltimore
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Northern Virginia
  • Suburban Maryland

Northwest

  • Portland, Ore.
  • Eugene, Ore.
  • Salem, Ore.
  • Vancouver, Wash.
  • Longview/Kelso, Wash.