The Kaiser Permanente Greater Sacramento service area includes Sacramento County, Placer County, parts of Yolo, Amador, El Dorado, Sutter, Nevada, and Yuba counties, and is served by the Roseville, Sacramento, and South Sacramento medical centers.
In addition to providing affordable health care and coverage for its members and patients, Kaiser Permanente engages the communities it serves with a variety of resources, including grants to address identified health needs, donations, sponsorships to support community partner events and activities, in-kind donations, and volunteers.
The Kaiser Permanente 2020–2022 Community Health Needs Assessment reports for the Roseville, Sacramento, and South Sacramento medical centers reflect Kaiser Permanente’s long-standing commitment to addressing the most urgent social needs and community conditions to improve total health for all. To view the Community Health Needs Assessments for each Kaiser Foundation Hospital and submit comments, please visit the Kaiser Permanente Community Health Needs Assessments page.
At Kaiser Permanente, we believe in using the full range of our organization’s assets to improve the health of the communities we serve. We regularly gather data and seek input from our community partners and members to inform our investments and to guide the development of strategies that can make long-term, sustainable change and improve health. We are pleased to share our 2019 Community Benefit Year-End Reports for Kaiser Foundation Hospitals in Roseville, Sacramento and South Sacramento, which summarize our efforts and highlight specific strategies and resources we deployed to respond to the prioritized health needs in those communities.
Kaiser Permanente provides financial support to local nonprofit health and human services organizations with an emphasis on helping underserved communities.
At this time, the Kaiser Permanente Greater Sacramento service area is accepting new grant applications by invitation only.
Kaiser Permanente Greater Sacramento partners with community-based organizations to support events and activities addressing our identified health needs and promoting healthy lifestyles, education, workforce development, and environmental stewardship.
Learn more about our sponsorship program and eligibility at our Greater Sacramento In The Community page. Please note: There are 2 application periods per calendar year. Requests must be submitted during these times to be considered for sponsorship.
For instructions on how to submit an online sponsorship application, please review the Mosaic User Guide for Sponsorship Applicants.
Brian Heller De Leon
Community Health Manager
Kacie Johnson and Karin Hartkamp
Public Affairs Managers