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​​​​Facilities and ​Corresponding ​Reports for 2011

Profile reports are available for 19 medical center service populations and 14 service areas. Some medical facilities may not have their own reports and are included in an umbrella report that includes several facilities.

The list below identifies all the Kaiser Permanente medical centers and outpatient medical facility service populations. It also identifies which umbrella facility report incorporates that data. 

Each area report consists of sets of tables, which provide information about the adult service population's:

  • Sociodemographic and health characteristics, including:
    • Overall health status and rates of selected health problems
    • Health-related behaviors
    • Psychosocial risks
    • For seniors: functional health status
  • Access to Internet, email, mobile phone, and text messaging

Modality preferences for receiving health information and health education regarding their health

These statistics are provided for men and women in four age groups (20-44 years, 45-64 years, 65 years and over, and 20 years and over). Technical issues such as the survey methodology, response rate, sample size, and weighting of respondent data are discussed at the beginning of each report. Recommended ways to cite the source of Member Health Survey data can be found at the end of the introductory text for each report.

Medical Center and Service Area Reports

Click below for Version of the 2011 Member Health Survey reports for the Northern California region, medical centers (MCSPs), and service areas.

Additional reports

Characteristics of Adult Members in Kaiser Permanente's Northern California Region (April 2013)

Sociodemographic and Health-Related Characteristics of Members Aged 65 and Over in Kaiser Permanente's Northern California Region, 2011 (February 2013)

What are Seniors Doing to Promote Healthy Aging? (Dec. 2012) 

Seniors' Access to Information Technology and Preferred Methods of Obtaining Health Information and Health Education in 2011 (November 2012)

Seniors' Choice of Online vs. Print Response in the 2011 Member Health Survey (April 2012)

For more information about timing and topics or to make special requests for statistics based on the 2011 survey, contact the Member Health Survey director at​