Through Community Benefit investments, Kaiser Permanente seeks to help make possible the provision of healthcare and services and improve targeted health markers to individuals in underserved communities.
The programs we support increase safety net organizations' ability to provide care, promote healthy communities, and reduce health disparities related to care access.
Founded in 1985, Kaiser Permanente of Georgia is the state's largest not-for-profit health plan. Our mission is to provide high quality, affordable health care services to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.
Kaiser Permanente 300,000 members in metro Atlanta and Athens with care focused on total health that is guided by a team of heath care providers. Expert and caring medical teams are supported by industry-leading technology and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the art delivery and world-class chronic disease management.
Community Benefit refers to investments and activities Kaiser Permanente uses to encourage wellness, especially in underserved communities. As a nonprofit health plan, Community Benefit is integral to our mission of helping communities achieve good health. It spans our 32-county service area, where we support programs that enhance people's health and well-being, especially those who may be at risk due to age, ethnicity, or socio-economic status.
By working in partnership with other organizations, we strive to create long-term, sustainable changes in communities that promote health equity and reduce health disparities and disease burdens. We partner with local nonprofits, universities that train health care professionals, and local health departments to improve access to health care.