Growing in the Mid-Atlantic
Encompassing Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, Kaiser Permanente's
Mid-Atlantic region is experiencing rapid growth. With four brand-new state-of-the-art
medical centers recently opened or opening soon—Gaithersburg, Northwest D.C., South Baltimore,
and Tysons Corner—we are poised to provide an even deeper level of service to our members, patients,
Designed to incorporate best practices in both clinical care delivery and workflow efficiency,
these new medical centers feature the latest in advanced design and innovative systems.
Supporting the needs of patients, caregivers, and staff alike, these facilities create a
unique opportunity for employees to contribute their skills in an environment that celebrates
Opened in April 2013, South Baltimore County Medical Center enhances the quality of,
and accessibility to, the care we deliver to members in and beyond the Baltimore area.
Employing more than 330 physicians and staff and offering more than 25 medical specialties,
this new four-story medical center proudly supports local communities by offering advanced,
integrated care while broadening the spectrum of opportunities available to area professionals.
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Quality, innovation, and advocacy
Recently ranked "highest in member satisfaction" by
J.D. Power and Associates,
of the Mid-Atlantic States is the highest-rated commercial and Medicare health plan in Maryland,
Virginia, and Washington, DC according to the latest rankings
by the National Committee for Quality
Assurance. The Centers for
Medicare & Medicaid Services also announced that the Kaiser Permanente
Medicare plan in the Mid-Atlantic region earned 5 stars, the highest
overall rating for quality and service.
Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic offers a wide variety of career opportunities in a multidisciplinary,
culturally diverse workplace. The region is also home to the Center for Total Health, a unique
educational venue featuring activities that provide a memorable experience for visitors interested
in their health, their families' health, and the health of the community.
The Mid-Atlantic area is rich in both culture and history. You can enjoy sightseeing in
our nation's capital and the picturesque harbor of Annapolis, outdoor recreation along
the scenic coastlines of Virginia and Maryland, and the bustle of cities like Baltimore
and Washington, D.C. Home to famous museums and monuments, fine dining and entertainment,
and numerous professional sports venues, the Mid-Atlantic area offers plenty of year-round
To learn more about Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC, we recommend the following sites: