Kaiser Permanente was founded on the principles of equity, inclusion, and diversity. And our commitment to those values shapes everything we do — from how we care for our members to how we support our communities.
The places where people live, work, learn, play, and grow has a tremendous impact on their health. But many individuals don’t have access to everything they need to be truly healthy. We’re taking meaningful action to change that.
Racism and lack of economic opportunities are barriers to good health for a lot of people. And the COVID-19 pandemic has widened racial health and wealth gaps even further. Kaiser Permanente has always stood up for social justice — and now we’re taking even bolder steps to help make things right.