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Panorama City, California
Los Angeles, California
San Diego, California
Established in 1953, the Southern California Permanente Medical Group now comprises more than 8,000 physicians who provide world-class health care to 4.9 million Kaiser Permanente members throughout Southern California. Throughout Los Angeles, Kern, Orange, San Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Ventura Counties, our physicians and care teams deliver high-quality primary and specialty care to the region's diverse communities at 16 hospitals and 197 medical offices as well as in our patients' homes.
Awards and accolades
Southern California Permanente Medical Group earns recognition for its high quality of medicine and world-class care every year. Together with our colleagues, we are recognized as one of America's leading medical groups and not-for-profit health plans and hospitals. Learn more about our awards and accolades here. Highlights include:
Supporting the success of our physicians makes work and life all the more rewarding.
Health care benefits
The 6 pillars that support our philosophy:
Equity, inclusion, and diversity
We at Southern California Permanente Medical Group believe that everyone deserves good health — and anyone who seeks to heal others deserves the opportunity. That's why our physicians, clinicians, and staff embrace many professed identities, represent many cultures and traditions, and come from all walks of life.
Our work to create a diverse medical group is deliberate: The members of Kaiser Permanente in Southern California literally comprise a melting pot of preferences, beliefs, and 260 ethnicities from across the globe — and we work hard to provide culturally responsive care to each one.
Why? Because patients want and need to be heard by those who understand their medical needs and respect their backgrounds. We know that establishing a patient's trust in their physician improves outcomes as well as satisfaction.
To continue developing that trust, we actively recruit bicultural and bilingual physicians and medical staff, and offer training to ensure we deliver care that is respectful and culturally responsive. To ensure we develop trust into the future, we offer scholarships to medical students who demonstrate a devotion to advancing culturally responsive care, as well as sponsor mentorship programs to motivate underrepresented students interested in medical careers.
In 2022, we were recognized as:
Our focus on equity, inclusion, and diversity goes beyond the workplace — we strive to ensure all our patients get the care they need to be healthy and happy. For example, we've established care clinics that specifically address the needs of our Latino, Chinese, Black, Armenian, Vietnamese, and LGBTQ+ communities. We try to match patients with physicians who are fluent in the languages they speak, and we also provide real-time translation services to patients as needed.
Equity, diversity, and inclusion is more than about ensuring fair workplaces and fair access to health care. It's about creating a world in which every person, regardless of background, is given an opportunity to succeed and flourish with dignity and respect. We actively identify and tackle care gaps in underserved or underrepresented populations. Through research and analysis, we work to improve the health of our diverse communities. Health care must play a principal role to create an equitable world — and we wholeheartedly embrace that role at Southern California Permanente Medical Group.
Kaiser Permanente has medical facilities throughout Southern California, including 16 hospitals, 197 medical offices, and a comprehensive network of health care professionals dedicated to providing high-quality care and services to our patients.
With more than 8,000 physicians providing care for the region's 4.9 million Kaiser Permanente members, the Southern California Permanente Medical Group is one of the largest medical groups in the United States.
Known for its year-round sunshine, surf culture, and the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, Southern California has long been on the map as a desirable destination for people from across the world. Our physicians and staff enjoy all that this culturally and geographically diverse region has to offer — from rugged mountains to the Pacific Ocean, from city nights to desert sunsets — and so much more.
Learn more about living in Southern California and explore our locations below.
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