The Kaiser Permanente website, like many other Internet sites out there, displays a members login on the site’s frontpage. Members can use the login to sign in into a protected members area. It is only natural that part of the user base of Kaiser Permanente is experiencing sign in issues on the site. This can be attributed to technical issues on the user’s computer or issues on the KP website.
Here is a screenshot of the Kaiser Permanente members sign on form on the company homepage.
The standard web page that users need to access is located here.
There are several reasons why the log in on the site cannot be completed. Common reasons are a blank page, a user who cannot remember the user ID or password, or temporary issues on the site itself that prevents users from logging in at that moment in time.
Please check out our web browser maintenance guide that explains how to clear the cache of the browser. If you experience page loading issues, this is the first step to resolve those.
You are asked to enter your user ID and password on the Kaiser Permanente Login page. You can visit this page to recover your Kaiser Permanente User ID. Here you need to enter your medical record number, birth date and area.
If you have forgotten your password you need to visit the following page where you can recover your pass again. You need to enter the last name, birth date, health or medical record and region.
Here are a few pointers that you need to make sure when you load the website. You first need to make sure that you load the correct site. We have already listed the two addresses that lead to the right site above. You need to make sure that the address begins with https:// and not http://. The s in the address makes a big difference as it means that you have loaded a secure site which improves the security of the connection.
It is also very important to open the urls manually or from the browser’s bookmarks, and not from links in emails, forums or other websites.
Feel free to leave a comment here if you are experincing login issues on the Kaiser Permanente website. We will try our best to help you.