In 1980, Kaiser acquired the Georgetown Community Health Plan. Four years later, in 1984, the insurer officially changes its name Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic states. The insurer is comprised of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc. and Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, P.C. It has a membership of 712,785, and a provider network that includes 29 medical offices and 1,475 physicians.
Kaiser's coverage area in Maryland includes Baltimore and Suburban Maryland.
In 2012, Kaiser awarded $2.2 million in grants to organizations in the mid-Atlantic region dedicated to improving the health and wellness of residents. Kaiser's charitable funding initiatives center on organizations and programs that support efforts to prevent obesity and chronic illness, improve community safety net clinics, and encourage research and training.