Every day, the people of Kaiser Permanente work to meet and support the health needs of more than 9 million men, women, and children who turn to us for care. Each one of them plays an important role in our success. Here are some additional health care opportunities with us; however, our offerings are in no way limited to what you see here.
The Kaiser Permanente Dental Care Program includes 16 dental offices in the Portland-Vancouver metro area; Longview, Washington; and Salem, Oregon. One of the largest group-practice dental programs in the country, our Dental Care Program is part of our integrated care delivery practice.
We list a variety of dental-field (non-dentist) careers on this site, including assistants, hygienists, lab technicians, lab support specialists, and member assistants. Dentists are invited to search our dentist careers site for available opportunities at Kaiser Permanente.
Health Education and Training
Working in a clinical or classroom environment, health educators at Kaiser Permanente inform members, patients, and communities on issues that encourage and promote total health. Roles vary by facility and range from medical weight management and smoking cessation to diabetes health management and beginning yoga.
With a focus on total health, our Vision Essentials professionals meet the needs of members through a variety of services, including, optometry, ophthalmology, optical sales, laser vision correction, intraocular lens implantation, cataract surgery, and retina specialists.
Patient Care Services (non-RN)
Supporting members and patients as vital members of our care delivery team, our patient care services professionals include our medical assistants, EEG technicians, ED technicians, nursing assistants, and more.