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Making Lives Better

Greater Sacramento

Serving communities around our Roseville, Sacramento, and South Sacramento medical facilities.

Community Health Priorities

  • Access to
    Care and Coverage

    High quality, culturally and linguistically appropriate health services in coordinated delivery systems.

  • Community and
    Family Safety

    Safe environments and support for individuals who are victims or at-risk of violence.

  • Economic
    Security

    All community members are economically secure in order to thrive.

  • Mental Health
    and Wellness

    Social and emotional health and well-being and access to high-quality behavioral health care services when needed.

By the Numbers

$408M

total community
investment

$381M

subsidized health
care and coverage

$13M

grants and
donation

$300K

employee donations
to nonprofits
through KPGives

577

medical residents
trained

29,259

people received
Medical Financial
Assistance

13

mental health
residents trained

21,505

students and adults
served by Educational
Theatre

$408M

total community
investment

$381M

subsidized health
care and coverage

$13M

grants and
donation

$300K

employee donations
to nonprofits
through KPGives

29,259

people received
Medical Financial
Assistance

577

medical residents
trained

13

mental health
residents trained

21,505

students and adults
served by Educational
Theatre

Community Health Highlights

We are committed to using our resources, reach, and partnerships with other organizations to help build healthier and more equitable communities.

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We partnered with the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency to support those with barriers to employment, preparing them for Kaiser Permanente lab tech and environmental services positions.

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In response to the statewide shortage of mental health professionals, our clinical leaders worked with teenagers and young adults at local high schools and community colleges to promote careers in mental health, including pathways to employment with Kaiser Permanente.

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In partnership with The Permanente Medical Group during the height of the pandemic, Kaiser Permanente leaders worked with 5 community agencies to deliver fresh vegetables, garden starter kits, and COVID-19 prevention tips to more than 150 low-income, homebound Latinx seniors.

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