Kaiser Permanente is America's largest not-for-profit health maintenance organization, serving 8 million members in 11 states and the District of Columbia. More than 50 years of quality. An integrated health delivery system, Kaiser Permanente organizes and provides or coordinates members' care, including preventive care such as well-baby and prenatal care, immunizations, and screening diagnostics; hospital and medical services; and pharmacy services.
As a not-for-profit organization, Kaiser is driven by the needs of their members and their social obligation to provide benefit for the communities in which they operate, rather than the needs of shareholders. Social benefit activities include assistance to the uninsured and special populations; teaching new health professionals; demonstration of new delivery and financing methods into the health care arena at large; and through our clinical research efforts, developing and sharing better ways to care for patients.
Kaiser Foundation Health Plans have an integrated care model, offering both hospital and physician care through a network of hospitals and physician practices operating under the Kaiser name in 9 states and the District of Columbia including (CA, CO, DC, GA, HI, MD, OH, OR, VA, WA).