Kaiser Permanente pulling health care coverage for roughly 1500 people

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Kaiser Permanente pulling health care coverage for roughly 1500 people
by Chris Koeberl, KDVR | December 26, 2019

PARK, TELLER, and FREMONT COUNTIES, Colo. -- Kaiser Permanente announced that it is pulling health care coverage for roughly 1500 people in Teller, Fremont, and Park Counties as of Dec. 31, 2019.

This means most are also losing their primary care doctors and specialists, some of whom they’ve been seeing for decades. These physicians and specialists are suddenly out of network.

Those losing health care coverage were alerted of loss of coverage with the following document provided to us from Kaiser Permanente.

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Replied by FredHayek on topic Kaiser Permanente pulling health care coverage for roughly 1500 people

This is a real shame. Kaiser has been very good to us. Easy to work with and I only have a couple of quibbles with service.
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