Welcome, City of Atlanta employees!

At Kaiser Permanente, you receive more than just a health plan. We deliver the top doctors, personalized care, and all the services you need — tailored to fit you and your lifestyle.

Call Member Services at (404) 261-2590 Monday – Friday, 7am – 7pm and learn how to get the most of your membership.

If you are a new member, click here to find out how to get started.

Don't miss out-- earn $300 with your 2019 Wellness Program

Each subscriber who completes the program will receive a $300 wellness incentive — an HSA contribution or a gift card — for completing the wellness program and accepting the agreement by December 31, 2019

Care that's close by

The City of Atlanta Wellness Center is open to all City of Atlanta employees. Conveniently located across from City Hall, the City of Atlanta Wellness Center offers an array of services, including biometric screenings. Click here for details.

Call 404-546-4730 to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment with an onsite Kaiser Permanente clinician.

Kaiser Permanente’s Agreement with Emory Healthcare

It’s official. You now have access to care at two great Emory hospitals, Emory University Hospital Midtown and Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital. When you get care in one of these two hospitals, you’ll enjoy the benefits of Emory Healthcare and Kaiser Permanente working together. Our own Kaiser Permanente doctors will be on-site to care for you, or to manage your care with Emory providers. For more information, check out kpgaupdates.org/emoryvalue.

Your care, your way

Save a trip with Kaiser Permanente’s many telehealth options. Now you can get the care you need with no drive, no wait, and no copay.

Healthy Living Classes

Find healthy living classes, resources, and so much more! Open to members and non-members, explore classes and sign up today.
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