13651 Willard Street, Panorama City, CA 91402
Established in 1945
Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center Area Administrative Team
Patricia Clausen, RN
Senior Vice President and Area Manager
Stephen De Vita, MD
Area Medical Director and Chief of Staff
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Administrative Officer
Our mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.
Los Angeles County; San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys:
Canyon Country, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, Panorama City, Santa Clarita, Sylmar
What was your greatest RECENT community impact?
We expanded and adjusted hospital, clinic, and virtual care operations of 31 million video and telephone visits, offered testing and treatment of COVID-19 at no cost, participated in the very first vaccine trials and potential therapies to treat COVID-19, spent $3.6 Billion on Community Health programs and in August 2020, the first class of students at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine safely began.
We understand that it is often difficult to figure out how to channel your desire to help.
That’s why we’ve created this resource to help you find programs in need of volunteers located at community.kp.org/grants-and-volunteering/community-member.
Looking for additional volunteering opportunities year-round? Browse through and connect with one of our partners:
• Big Sunday
• California Volunteers
• Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
• Community Connect
• San Diego Food Bank
• Second Harvest Food Bank Orange County
• United We Serve
• Volunteer Match
Kaiser Permanente believes that when we collaborate and support each other, our work improves the quality of health and life in our communities. Our social mission is to care for the communities we serve and help them thrive. By offering grants, events, event sponsorship, and community volunteerism, we extend our care, knowledge, and expertise beyond our walls and into the communities. Grants and event sponsorships are offered to nonprofit organizations, government entities, and academic institutions based on current funding priorities and the location of their programs and services.
To learn more please visit kp.org/panoramacity and kp.org/woodlandhills.
Goals for 2023
A fundamental component of that mission is improving access to care. We seek out health inequities, determine how and where we can best use our resources and work with funding partners, educational institutions, and a range of community groups to find solutions, by focusing on these three areas:
• Healthy People: Providing access to high-quality care to low income, underserved people
• Healthy Environments: Creating safe, healthy communities and environments where people live, work, and play
• Sharing Knowledge: Developing important new medical knowledge and sharing it widely