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Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park’s Garden Gourmets Program helps students learn about healthy eating

Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park’s first nutrition education program known as the Moveable Feast started at the Baldwin Park Community Garden in 2002 to serve 4th grade students. It targeted the reduction of obesity and chronic conditions resulting from unhealthy eating and inactivity in children.

Kaiser Permanente and East Valley Community Health Center are helping to improve community health

Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park has partnered with East Valley Community Health Center (EVCHC), a Federally Qualified Health Center with clinics in West Covina and Pomona, on various programs that support improving access to health care for uninsured and underinsured individuals throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Kaiser Permanente and the National Alliance on Mental Illness team up

For the past two years, Kaiser Permanente’s Educational Outreach Program (EOP) has partnered with NAMI on Campus High School (NCHS), which are student-led clubs that raise mental health awareness and reduce stigma on campus through peer led activities and education.

Kaiser Permanente Received Women’s Choice Award as California’s Most Recommended Health Insurance Plan and America’s Best Hospital Awards

Kaiser Permanente Southern California has received the Women’s Choice Award® designation, “California’s Most Recommended Health Insurance Plan,” as well as its medical centers throughout the region receiving multiple “America’s Best Hospitals” awards that include: Best Patient Safety, Best Hospital for Obstetrics, Best Stroke Care, America’s 100 Best Hospital, Best Bariatric Surgery, and Best Breast Center.

Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park partners with local law enforcement to host Drug Take Back Day

Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center and the Baldwin Park Police Department are giving the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted medications. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.