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Company Overview of Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente is a healthcare organization that offers nonprofit healthcare plans for its members and their families. It offers preventive care, pregnancy center, allergy relief, health assessment, ease back pain, and symptom checker services, as well as member programs and classes. The company was formerly known as Permanente Health Plan and changed its name to Kaiser Permanente in 1951. Kaiser Permanente was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Oakland, California. The company has locations in California; Colorado; Georgia; Hawaii; Maryland; Washington; Virginia; Ohio; Oregon; Largo, Florida; and Washington, D.C., as well as a medical center in Canada.
1 Kaiser Plaza
Oakland, CA 94612
Founded in 1945
Key Executives for Kaiser Permanente
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
President of Permanente Medical Group and Executive Medical Director of Permanente Medical Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Kaiser Permanente Key Developments
Kaiser Permanente Plans to Launch Four Clinics in Southern California Target Locations
Nov 17 14
Kaiser Permanente planed to launch four clinics in Southern California Target locations before the end of the year, staffed with licensed nurses and equipped with teleconference lines for physician consultation. Target said it operates 79 clinics staffed by Target employees, but will be able to include more care options at Kaiser-staffed clinics, such as pediatric care and women's wellness exams, while offering convenient flu shots and other simple offerings.
California Nurses Went on Strike in Front of Kaiser Permanente
Nov 12 14
As many as 18,000 nurses went on strike and picketed in front of Kaiser Permanente facilities in Northern California to express their concerns about patient-care standards and Ebola. The nurses, who are in the midst of contract negotiations, held red and yellow 'strike for health and safety' picket signs. The two-day strike was expected to affect at least 21 Kaiser hospitals and 35 clinics and last until 7 a.m. November 13, 2014. Union officials said nurses are striking over claims there has been an erosion of patient-care standards in Kaiser facilities for months and that the company has failed to adopt optimal safeguards for Ebola. Kaiser will remain open during the strike, though some elective procedures and routine appointments may be rescheduled.
Kaiser Permanente Names Julie Miller-Phipps as President of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia
Oct 15 14
Kaiser Permanente announced that Julie Miller-Phipps has been named president of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia. Miller-Phipps has been with Kaiser Permanente for more than 30 years and has a track record of demonstrated success throughout her career. She has served most recently as the senior vice president and executive director of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan in Orange County, Calif. Previously, Miller-Phipps served in several other leadership roles at Kaiser Permanente, including director of Hospital Operations, Continuing Care leader and assistant hospital administrator. In addition to appointing Miller-Phipps to her new role, Kaiser Permanente announced that it will align the Southern California region with the Georgia region, using a proven Kaiser Permanente practice in which a larger region helps enhance and accelerate a smaller region's development and performance.
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