Expanding access to care for all people
Blood pressure or cholesterol tests can only tell us a part of the community health story. The health of a community and its residents can be measured its access to the health care resources, fresh foods, and healthy environments they need to thrive, regardless of age, income or insurance status.
These programs help to ensure every community member has access to the high-quality care they deserve regardless of insurance status.
The Kaiser Permanente Southern California Grants Program provides support to nonprofit organizations, government entities, and other institutions.
The California Medi-Cal program provides health care coverage for some of the most vulnerable populations in the state and Kaiser Permanente participates in the Medi-Cal program to provide high quality care to enrolled beneficiaries in all 25 counties currently served by the health plan.
Our Medical Financial Assistance program (MFA) provides temporary financial assistance for qualifying patients who need help paying for care or medication they receive in Kaiser Permanente's medical facilities.
To reduce disparities in health care and in keeping with our mission to improve the health of the communities we serve, Kaiser Permanente Southern California provides support for community clinics, public hospitals, and local health departments.
Helping students, staff and teachers focus on making healthy choices through initiatives like improved school lunches and greater opportunities for physical activity.