Kaiser Permanente has provided care and coverage to Colorado residents since 1969. We’re proud to be one of Colorado’s largest health care providers and a leading nonprofit health plan.
Across the region, we have approximately 516,171 members, 33 medical offices, and a network of partner hospitals.
Our 6,788 physicians and employees in Colorado focus on improving the health of our members and communities in the Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo areas.
Our history — and our future — are deeply connected to organized labor. More than 60% of our health care professionals in Colorado are union members. We work closely with the Service Employees International Union and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. Together, we work to make high-quality health care more accessible and affordable for everyone.
In 2022, we provided $89 million to support the health of Colorado communities. That amount includes the cost of providing charitable care and coverage. Specific efforts include:
Top doctors: Each year, 5280 magazine asks more than 7,500 Denver area doctors which doctors they’d trust to treat themselves and their families. In 2023, a record 186 Kaiser Permanente doctors were named Top Doctors by 5280 — that’s 28% of all doctors on the magazine’s list. Since 2013, 478 Kaiser Permanente doctors have been named Top Doctors by 5280.
Join us in shaping a healthier future for Colorado. At Kaiser Permanente, our dedicated care, comprehensive services, and community partnerships are designed to empower our members and strengthen communities. Together, we can achieve lasting health and wellness across the state.