Care at Kaiser Permanente is different

As one of America’s leading, nonprofit health plans, we deliver nationally recognized, integrated care — an approach originated by Kaiser Permanente. Integrated care is where doctors, pharmacists, and your entire care team share important information about you through an electronic health record. For example, if you see a specialist, have a hospitalization, a new test or a procedure, all the providers involved in your care — including your primary care provider — are informed.* This helps them coordinate every aspect of your care — so you don’t have to.

We believe you shouldn’t have to manage your care among different doctors, pharmacies, labs, and imaging centers. That’s our job.

Personalized for you

At Kaiser Permanente, your personal doctor is the biggest advocate for your health. Your doctor will help coordinate the care you need to get healthy and stay healthy.

kp-aon-why1 Preventive care
Preventive care is key to how we practice medicine at Kaiser Permanente. It can help you avoid health issues and catch others before they become serious.
kp-aon-why2 Specialty care
No matter your needs — mental health, maternity and fertility care, transgender services, and more — you'll have access to great doctors, advanced technology, and evidence-based care to help you recover quickly.
kp-aon-why3 Support for ongoing conditions
If you have a condition like diabetes or heart disease, you're automatically enrolled in a disease management program for personal coaching and support.
kp-aon-why4 Care in your language
Our doctors and caregivers provide culturally responsive care in many different languages to serve our diverse membership.

Industry-leading clinical quality

Our doctors are known for catching problems early with preventive care. But, as one of the largest multispecialty groups in Colorado, if your health needs require specialized care, we have expert providers across many specialties who will create a personalized plan for your care.


* Available when you received care from Kaiser Permanente medical offices.

1 Kaiser Permanente 2022 HEDIS® scores. Benchmarks provided by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Quality Compass® and represent all lines of business. Kaiser Permanente combined region scores were provided by the Kaiser Permanente Department of Care and Service Quality. The source for data contained in this publication is Quality Compass 2022 and is used with the permission of NCQA. Quality Compass 2022 includes certain CAHPS data. Any data display, analysis, interpretation, or conclusion based on these data is solely that of the authors, and NCQA specifically disclaims responsibility for any such display, analysis, interpretation, or conclusion. Quality Compass® and HEDIS® are registered trademarks of NCQA. CAHPS® is a registered trademark of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

2 NCQA’s Private Health Insurance Plan Ratings 2022–2023, National Committee for Quality Assurance, 2022: Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Colorado — HMO (rated 4 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia, Inc. — HMO (rated 4 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., of Hawaii — HMO (rated 4 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc. — HMO (rated 5 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., of Northern California — HMO (rated 4.5 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Northwest — HMO (rated 4 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., of Southern California — HMO (rated 4.5 out of 5); Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington — HMO (rated 4 out of 5).

3 Elizabeth A. McGlynn, PhD, et al., “Measuring Premature Mortality Among Kaiser Permanente Members Compared to the Community,” July 20, 2022.

4 “Best Health Insurance Companies of 2023,”, January 23, 2023.