The uninsured and underserved are often hardest hit by illness and injury. Community health centers, public hospitals, rural health clinics, and local health departments work on the front lines as a safety net to help ensure medical care for those who are most at risk—and these community resources are strained.
Kaiser Permanente understands safety net partnerships are vital to improving care and overcoming barriers to health care due to income, language, race, and ethnicity, and we help these community resources to carry out their pledge to provide accessible, high-quality care for all.
Kaiser Permanente Colorado supports our state’s safety net through:
And, as health care reform unfolds, we look forward to enhancing and furthering our partnerships and support of our state’s medical safety net.Learn more about the safety net organizations in the Southern Colorado area that Kaiser Permanente Colorado works with.