Kaiser Permanente Colorado
ALERT Important Information for Kaiser Permanente Colorado Members Impacted by the Black Forest Wildfires
Kaiser Permanente Colorado has been working closely with local officials in Southern Colorado to assist in the wildfire relief effort and to help Kaiser Permanente members in need of assistance with health care needs.
Kaiser Permanente Georgia
Kaiser Permanente of Georgia Physician Receives 11Alive Community Service Award
Earl Thurmond, MD, a physician at Kaiser Permanente of Georgia, was presented with an 11Alive Community Service Award this week for 11 years of volunteer work at Peachtree Pine Homeless Shelter in Atlanta, where he has cared for thousands of homeless men.
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Receives 'Excellent' Accreditation Status From National Quality Organization
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today announced that it has again received an Excellent Accreditation status from the National Committee for Quality Assurance. This accreditation is based on patient satisfaction, service and clinical quality, measured against NCQA’s rigorous requirements and standards.
Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States
Kaiser Permanente Opens New 130,000 Square-Foot Medical Center in Halethorpe, Maryland
Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States, an award-winning not-for-profit health plan and care provider, opened the doors to its new South Baltimore County Medical Center on Monday, April 8, offering a vast array of medical services, including around-the-clock urgent care, conveniently located under one roof.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California
Kaiser Permanente's Vacaville Medical Center Receives Primary Stroke Center Certification
Kaiser Permanente’s Vacaville Medical Center has been certified as a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission, a designation that confirms that the hospital follows a nationally recognized regimen of best practices in the diagnosis and treatment of stroke.
Kaiser Permanente Northwest
Young Children Who Miss Well-Child Visits are More Likely to be Hospitalized
Young children who missed more than half of recommended well-child visits had up to twice the risk of hospitalization compared to children who attended most of their visits, according to a study published today in the American Journal of Managed Care. The study included more than 20,000 children enrolled at Group Health Cooperative.
Kaiser Permanente of Ohio
Catholic Health Partners and Kaiser Permanente Ohio Announce Initial Agreement in Northeast Ohio
Catholic Health Partners, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Ohio and Ohio Permanente Medical Group, Inc. announced today that they have reached initial agreements for CHP to acquire Kaiser Permanente Ohio’s existing health plan and continue medical group practice and care delivery operations in Northeast Ohio
Kaiser Permanente Southern California
Thousands of Children and Adults this Summer Learn to Swim in Southern California
13-year-old Oscar Barrera remembers being at a pool party with his mom and older brother. Barrera was playing with a ball and in a matter of seconds that ball ended up in the pool and so did he. “It was scary because I didn’t know how to swim. My brother tried to help me but he didn’t know how to swim either,” said Barrera who was six years old at the time. “My mom came running and pulled me out by the hair. She also did not know how to swim.”