News & Events
As of 1/18/21, Kaiser Permanente has limited vaccine supply for:
- Health care workers
- Long-term care patients and staff
- Emergency medical services
If you’re in one of these groups, go to kp.org/covidvaccine to schedule a vaccination appointment.
We are reaching out directly to those over age 75 — If you are age 75 or older, you don’t need to call or email us regarding COVID-19 vaccinations until we have contacted you first. We’ll let you know by letter or email when we can schedule you. Since supplies are low, it’ll take time to offer everyone an appointment. Thank you for your patience.
For more than 75 years, Kaiser has been committed to improving the health of our members, patients, and the communities we serve. Our work in the community is informed by an extensive community health needs assessment that identifies the most pressing physical, mental, and social health needs in our communities. We focus our grantmaking on areas where we can have the greatest impact, supporting local nonprofit, public health, and human service organizations that address the critical health needs of our most vulnerable residents.
In 2020, we provided a total of $1,263,000 in grant funding to local organizations to support our community health funding priorities in the Napa-Solano service area.
Learn more about 2020-2021 Kaiser Permanente Napa-Solano Grants.
Nearly everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. But some communities, particularly those of color, have been impacted more than others. We can help you learn more about why some communities are more affected by COVID-19 and how you can deal with pressure to attend social gatherings. Listen to Kaiser Permanente physicians discuss important issues that impact the Latinx and African American communities. Learn more.
Visitor Policy updated Nov. 6, 2020
Kaiser Permanente visitation policies are based on the state’s colored-tier system for COVID-19 activity for each county and are subject to change if a county tier status shifts.
Please do not visit or accompany patients if you have a cough or cold or are sick. All visitors must wear a proper face mask at all times and maintain at least six feet of distance from other visitors and patients while on our campus.
Any visitor who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 30 days or showing any COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted entrance.
Testing plays a major role in fighting COVID-19 — for your health, the health of our communities, and to help safely reopen businesses, schools, and more. As an important part of Kaiser Permanente’s ongoing commitment to our members and communities, we have recently expanded our COVID-19 testing capacity.
Members can now self-schedule a COVID-19 test on kp.org through an e-visit. To learn more about COVID-19 testing, click here.