Kaiser Permanente is closing many locations to prepare for the impact of COVID-19.
The status of Kaiser Permanente locations open/closures is rapidly changing. If you have any questions we suggest you check the KP.org website or call ahead before attempting to visit a location
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2020 6:31 PM – UPDATED: March 31, 2020
Subject: KP Alert / COVID-19 / Important Update
I wanted to share with you that many of our locations are closing to prepare for the impact of COVID-19. In order to continue to provide the best health care services and aid in the management of critical resources and supplies, we have made these closure decisions. Rest assured that KP is fully prepared to take care of our patients and staff during this unique situation. Moving forward, we ask that you refer to the KP website for the most up to date messaging on facility closures. This is the most up to date source of information and you should refer to it for your network needs. Some facilities are closing quickly and may be closed for shorter periods of time than others, so you want to be sure to have the most up to date information.
Please click here for the most up to date Kaiser Permanente facility closures/consolidation and COVID-19 information.
During this time of uncertainty your employees may be asking you what resources are available for additional support. Please see below and attached for additional resources for Kaiser Permanente members as well as some resources for non-members.
- Kaiser Permanente has recently created a 5-part Coronavirus and COVID-19 informational video series
- www.kp.org/selfcare : Self-care tools, tips, and activities for members and non-members; Kaiser Permanente(KP) members can access an emotional well-being app, myStrength from this page. myStregnth has added a module specially related to COVID-19. (Attached is a flyer for KP members to access myStrength.)
- Health education resources: https://thrive.kaiserpermanente.org/care-near-you/southern-california/center-for-healthy-living/bookshelf/
- Healthy Eating toolkit : It has a variety of healthy resources hyperlinked, including the interactive guide to build a healthy meal. A PDF of the “Build A Meal” is attached to hyperlink above.
- Food For Health Blog: www.kp.org/foodforhealth It is filled with recipes and interesting blog posts re: food, nutrition and healthy eating
- www.kp.org/video: Video topics range from controlling high blood pressure to managing your emotions.
- www.kp.org/listen: Downloadable, audio guided imagery programs
UPDATE: March 31, 2020
Details for the updated impacted locations can be seen below.
- Additional SCAL facility closures:
- Palmdale Medical Offices (3/30)
- Lynwood Medical Offices (3/31)
- Cerritos Medical Offices (3/31)
- Cerritos Medical Offices Pharmacy will close 4/3
- North Hollywood Medical Offices (4/1)
- Camarillo Medical Offices (4/1)
- Lomita MOB Medical Offices (4/1)
- Manhattan Beach Medical Offices (4/1)
o Signal Hill Medical Offices (4/1)
- Carson Main Street Health Pavilion (4/1)
Additional SCAL facilities partial closures:
- Gardena Medical Offices — open for pharmacy only
- Torrance Medical Offices — open for pharmacy only
- Long Beach Medical Offices — open for pharmacy, diagnostic imaging/radiology, laboratory (no in-person patient visits)