We invest and get involved in Colorado so we can improve community health and vitality. Our programs seek to improve issues such as access to health care, public health concerns such as obesity, enhancing the health knowledge base and future health workforce, health disparities, and our state’s general vitality given the on-going economic climate.
We’re committed to providing our resources to help the most vulnerable people in our communities and focus on efforts in the following areas and programs:
- Care and coverage for low income people—These efforts include our Medical Financial Assistance (MFA) program. Improving health care access for those with limited incomes and resources is fundamental to Kaiser Permanente’s mission. Our MFA program helps low-income, uninsured, and underserved patients receive access to care. The program provides temporary financial assistance or free care to patients who receive health care services from our providers, regardless of whether they have health coverage or are uninsured. Read our Medical Financial Assistance Policy.
- Safety net partnerships
- Community Health Initiatives
- Developing and disseminating health knowledge
- Employee volunteerism
- Sponsorships, donations, and other nonprofit support
- Educational Theatre Programs