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Overview of the Bridge Program

Providing quality health care to the medically underserved is an integral part of Kaiser Permanente's social mission. Many people in Georgia are currently uninsured and have limited access to health services. In response to this growing problem, Kaiser Permanente, a nonprofit health plan, has created the Bridge Program as a demonstration of our commitment to the health of our community.

The Bridge Program is uniquely designed to help individuals and families who meet all program eligibility requirements, including current household income guidelines, obtain subsidized health care coverage. The health care coverage is available at no cost to the member for up to 24 months, depending on the date of enrollment. Please note, the Bridge Program may periodically confirm members are still meeting the subsidy income eligibility requirements in order to receive coverage.

Great health coverage benefits include:

  • Access to urgent care during night and weekends

  • Availability for same-day appointments

  • Ability to email your doctor, view lab results, make appointments, and order prescriptions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through our online website and mobile app

  • Access to multiple health services, such as labs, pharmacy, and physician services, at one location