Health Starts Here
Primary care is your first stop with us, where you have access to a wide range of health services, including preventive care such as regular health screenings.
Your well-being. Your choice.
Your relationship with your doctor comes first. That’s why as a Kaiser Permanente member, you’re free to choose a doctor you’re comfortable with and who can help you meet your individual health goals.
Once you’ve selected your personal physician, it’s easy to stay in touch. You can use our suite of secure online tools to email your doctor’s office, make routine appointments, check most lab test results, and more*.
If you’re a new member, learn more about what Kaiser Permanente has to offer.
*These features are available for the care you receive at Kaiser Permanente facilities.
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Attention Parents Or Guardians Of Students Entering 7th Through 12th Grades
Beginning July 1, 2011, a new California State law requires all students entering 7th through 12th grade to show proof of a Tdap booster shot before entering the school.
Tdap protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (also called whooping cough).
If your child has already received the Tdap booster shot:
- If your child has received a Tdap vaccination, you will receive a letter, with proof of their Tdap immunization, in the mail by the end of April to take to your child's school.
- If you have more than one child who has been vaccinated for whooping cough, you should have received documentation for each child.
If your child has NOT received the Tdap booster shot:
- Call 1-888-778-5000 to make an appointment for your child at a nearby Kaiser Permanente facility.