Care and Coverage together
makes Southern California healthier
Our goal for Southern California is simple—help communities thrive with care and coverage, together. For more than 75 years, we’ve worked to nurture healthy Southern California living and improve the health of our members
any way we can.
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In the Spotlight
There are ways to decrease your chance of exposure when spending time in public. As a health care organization, our priority during this COVID-19 pandemic is to keep you, your families, and communities healthy and safe. Find out how you can reduce your risk when in public outside the home.
Before you visit—Learn about updated visitation restrictions during the COVID-19 outbreak.
What is COVID-19? How can I protect myself and my family? This series of five short videos explains.
The beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic felt like walking into the unknown, and for registered nurse Nina Vallega, as she says it is a moment in time she’ll never forget.
As one of few infectious disease doctors in the San Fernando/San Gabriel Valley region, Dr. Elizabeth Hudson has worked tirelessly to support the Kaiser Permanente COVID-19 command center.
Shortly after the start of the pandemic, charge nurse Marcial Reyes found himself on the other side of the fence when he contracted the COVID-19 virus.
Frontline workers have been under enormous pressure from the very start of the pandemic. Clinical psychologist Jerry Barba, PhD, saw that and was ready to do something about it.
Providing care for children during a pandemic hasn’t been easy, especially when half your face is no longer visible to them as a result of wearing a mask.
Maria Guzman’s passion for patients started when she witnessed hospital staff treat her close loved ones who were fighting cancer with such love and compassion.
A platoon sergeant in the U.S. Army, Rene Aventura has experienced the reality of being in combat zones on the other side of the globe, even once coming close to losing his life during an airstrike.
The magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything we’ve seen before in our lifetime, but Ebony Talley, Director of Infection Prevention at Kaiser Permanente Woodland Kills Medical Center, believes we can get through it together.
Six Kaiser Permanente hospitals have been recognized among the world’s best hospitals by Newsweek magazine.
The recently published World’s Best Hospitals 2020 report lists Kaiser Permanente Moanalua in Hawaii, as well as Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles, San Diego, San Diego Zion, Woodland Hills, and Santa Clara in California, among the hospitals at the forefront of patient care and experience.
Thanks to Kaiser Permanente’s innovative virtual cardiac rehabilitation program, cardiac patient Michelle Wofford was home, but not alone — her care team came with her in the form of a wearable fitness tracker on her wrist.
Glendale man credits Kaiser Permanente’s preventive screening and quality care with helping him successfully fight leukemia.
Thrive in Your Community
The powerful prescription of pets
Sure, you love your pet. What may surprise you is how your pet loves you back. A survey found 97 percent of physicians believe there are health benefits to having a pet, mental as well as physical. Watch a video on the powerful connection between our pets and our health.