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What is good about Kaiser Permanente?
Kaiser Permanente is one of the best-rated health insurance companies, earning top scores for its customer service, preventive care and overall plan experience.
How would you describe Kaiser Permanente?
Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente is recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. We currently serve 12.5 million members in 8 states and the District of Columbia. We are dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education, and improving community health.
What’s it like to work for Kaiser Permanente?
Supportive management. Kaiser is a great place to work because it is very inclusive and diverse. Management has always been supportive. I think there aren’t a lot of opportunities for growth in my department specifically, because people love their jobs so much no one wants to leave their positions!
What are Kaiser employee benefits?
Generous Vacation, Holiday & Sick Leave. Medical (including prescriptions), Vision, Mental Health & Dental Care. Disability & Life Insurance Coverage. Educational Opportunities & Tuition Reimbursement.
Why do you want to work for Kaiser?
Because I believe in continuity of care. Providing support to patients as well as doctors. Kaiser also promotes excellent customer service to patients. Providing them health care information designed based on medical needs.
What are the values of Kaiser Permanente?
In carrying out our mission and goals, we maintain core values of respect, scientific discipline, integrity, pioneering spirit, and stewardship.
Is Kaiser a great place to work?
80\% of employees at Kaiser Permanente say it is a great place to work compared to 59\% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company.
Why does Kaiser Permanente pay so much?
Kaiser Permanente gets huge tax breaks as a non-profit, meaning that at the same time it is taking in billions in profits it pays no income taxes and virtually no taxes to support schools, parks, roads, bridges, police, fire and other important community needs.