Taking Action

Our Communities

No matter where Kaiser Permanente operates across the country, our mission remains the same: make the communities we are part of safer, healthier places to live and work. You can learn more about the individual programs, health initiatives and grantmaking activities we offer in each region below.


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Kaiser Permanente Colorado is the state's largest nonprofit health plan, working to improve the lives and health of Denver, Boulder and Northern and Southern Colorado area residents for more than 40 years.

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Kaiser Permanente Georgia is the largest not-for-profit health plan in the state. Its mission is to provide high quality, affordable health care services to improve the health of its members and the communities it serves.

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Kaiser Permanente Hawaii has provided total health to the people of Hawaii for more than 50 years. Care for members is focused on their total health, guided by their personal physicians, specialists and team of caregivers.

Los Angeles Daily News - Online: For some chronic homeless men and women, the emergency department is a place of stability and peace, where the sound of rushing crash carts and the beeps of telemetry monitors can be a lullaby compared to the sounds of sleeping on the streets.

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Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States, the region’s leading health care provider, has been dedicated to improving the health of members and communities since 1980.

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Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.

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Kaiser Permanente Northwest is part of America’s leading integrated health care organization. Thousands of people receive their medical care from us in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

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Kaiser Permanente Southern California currently serves more than 3.7 million members in Southern California. We are committed to helping shape the future of health care.

The Daily News: Children and expectant mothers will benefit from $161,000 health care grant awarded by the Kaiser Permanente Community Fund.