Kaiser Permanente Colorado is comprised of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Colorado and Colorado Permanente Medical Group, P.C. The insurer has a membership of 679,673 and a network of 39 medical offices and 1,121 physicians. Kaiser exists under a model of collaboration, working with members and the communities in which they live in order to help them become healthier.
Kaiser's coverage area in Colorado includes: Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Eagle, Fort Collins, Frisco, Greeley, Loveland, and Pueblo
In 2016, Kaiser directed more than $118 million to various programs designed to improve the health of Colorado residents. One year prior, in 2015, the insurer contributed $124 to organizations with the same commitment. Some of the support we provided in Colorado includes the following:
Kaiser donated $95 million to provide 57,400 Coloradans with health care through Medicaid, Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) and other charitable coverage programs.
The insurer contributed $1.660 million in the Arts Integrated Resources (AIR) Programs to inspire healthier choices and promote better emotional health in youth; the AIR team offered 822 programs reaching 160,700 youth and 22,445 adults free of charge.
They donated $9.9 million to groom and educate health care professionals and $474,800 in Community Colleges to encourage health care careers.
A donation of $2 million went toward increasing access to food and reducing hunger Colorado. Kaiser collaborated with Hunger Free Colorado, Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado, Fresh Food Financing Fund, Veterans to Farmers, and Denver Botanic Gardens Community Supported Agriculture.
Kaiser Colorado employees performed 8,960 community service hours at 309 volunteer projects serving 231 nonprofits.
Through its match program, Kaiser and its employees donated $841,695.