Kaiser Permanente: Caring for the Communities We Serve

For thirty years, Kaiser Permanente has been caring for people in the community, and supporting community health improvement in Georgia. To learn more about our work, check out the 2016 Kaiser Permanente of Georgia Community Benefit Report.

Educational Theatre Program: Making Learning Fun

How much sugar is really in that granola bar? Just because a drink is orange, does that mean it's orange juice? Is it fruit, or false? What's in That Lunch Anyway! is one of three interactive program that teaches healthy eating and active living.

Supporting Nonprofits' Work to Improve Health in the Community

Kaiser Permanente supports eligible nonprofit organizations in their efforts to positively impact issues identified in our Community Health Needs Assessment through grantmaking. Information about a fall grant cycle will be posted here if available in 2017. Click below to learn more about the application process.

Q:What is Community Benefit?

Kaiser Permanente of Georgia cares for people – both inside and outside of the exam room. As a non-profit, tax exempt health plan, our idea of health care goes beyond the walls of our medical facilities and into the 33 counties that comprise our Georgia service area.

Community Benefit supports efforts that improve access to care for all – especially the low-income and underserved. We work to benefit the community at-large by addressing issues most affecting residents' health as documented in our Needs Assessment. Community Benefit is more than what we do; it's who we are.