- 1 How do I schedule an appointment with Kaiser?
- 2 Does Kaiser accept walk ins?
- 3 Does Kaiser have orthotics?
- 4 Do you need your Kaiser card for an appointment?
- 5 Does Kaiser charge for telephone appointments?
- 6 Can you see a Kaiser doctor without Kaiser insurance?
- 7 Can anyone go to a Kaiser ER?
- 8 Can I go to any doctor with Kaiser insurance?
- 9 Does Kaiser cover custom orthotics?
- 10 Are insoles covered by insurance?
- 11 How do I start Kaiser?
- 12 How do I request a new Kaiser card?
- 13 How long does it take to get a new Kaiser card?
How do I schedule an appointment with Kaiser?
How to schedule:
- Make an appointment online.
- Use the Kaiser Permanente app on iPhone® or Android™.
- Call 24/7 at 1-833-574-2273 (TTY 711).
Does Kaiser accept walk ins?
Q: Will Kaiser Permanente accept walk – ins at the clinic? A: Yes, but appointments are preferred. If you need care during the hours a Kaiser Permanente provider is not available, we encourage you to make an appointment at the home office of your primary care physician.
Does Kaiser have orthotics?
Custom-made orthotic devices may control pain if you have a specific problem, such as an unusual-shaped foot, or your foot rolls toward the arch (pronation). Custom-made orthotics are available by prescription. You may also choose to buy well-made athletic shoes to support your feet and cushion your heels.
Do you need your Kaiser card for an appointment?
Always bring your member ID card and a photo ID when you come in for any type of appointment. You should carry your Kaiser Permanente ID card with you at all times, in case of unexpected medical treatment or emergencies.
Does Kaiser charge for telephone appointments?
If you have a Kaiser Permanente HSA-qualified deductible plan, you will need to pay the full cost for scheduled phone and video visits until you reach your deductible. Once you reach your deductible, your copay is $0 for scheduled phone and video visits.
Can you see a Kaiser doctor without Kaiser insurance?
Improving health care access for those with limited incomes and resources is fundamental to Kaiser Permanente’s mission. The program provides temporary financial assistance or free care to patients who receive health care services from our providers, regardless of whether they have health coverage or are uninsured.
Can anyone go to a Kaiser ER?
When you have an emergency medical condition, we cover emergency care anywhere in the world. We encourage you to go to a Plan hospital Emergency Department if you are inside our service area, but only if it is reasonable to do so considering your condition or symptoms.
Can I go to any doctor with Kaiser insurance?
Choose from a selection of great doctors and access a wide range of specialists. We believe great care is built on personal relationships. That’s why you can choose or change to any available Kaiser Permanente doctor at any time. Visit our online doctor profiles to search for a quality Kaiser Permanente doctor.
Does Kaiser cover custom orthotics?
Custom foot orthoses are typically not covered by the Heath Plan.
Are insoles covered by insurance?
Most people buy and use these braces, inserts, supports, and devices for medical reasons. Also, many health plans pay for prosthetics. In reality, some health insurance policies do cover orthotics (or orthoses, as some call them), but many do not.
How do I start Kaiser?
Register on kp.org
- Registering is easy. Sign up online and follow the instructions.
- Get inspired at kp.org. Your kp.org membership also gives you access to many tools and tips for healthy living as well as recipes and articles on a wide range of health topics.
- Use the KP app to access your care on the go.
How do I request a new Kaiser card?
When you become a Kaiser Permanente member, you and each family member covered under your plan will receive a member ID card. To replace a lost card or order a card for a family member, use the secure reorder form. Or, call Member Services at 1-888-901-4636.
How long does it take to get a new Kaiser card?
Within 10 calendar days after we’ve confirmed your eligibility, we’ll let you know your coverage start date. Within the 10 days before your start date, we’ll mail you a Kaiser Permanente ID card and your new member package.