Medical Provider Network - California

A Medical Provider Network (MPN) is an entity or group of health care providers set up by an insurer or self-insured employer and approved by the Division of Workers’ Compensation Administrative Director to treat injured workers. Each MPN must include a mix of doctors specializing in work-related injuries and doctors with expertise in general areas of medicine. MPNs are required to meet “access to care” standards for common occupational injuries and work-related illnesses.

We work with Kaiser On-the-Job and Networks by Design to provide our California policyholders with access to the Republic Indemnity Company MPN. For more information, including the advantages of using an MPN, see our Medical Provider Network (FAQs).

Obtain the name of a contracted provider from our MPN.

View a list of Kaiser Permanente's occupational health centers.
Kaiser On-the-Job Northern California
Kaiser On-the-Job Southern California

Kaiser Permanente is committed the health and safety of its members and the community by providing updated COVID-19 information. Learn more about how Kaiser is responding to the evolving crisis.

 for workers' comp during the COVID-19 crisis can provide quick access to care, a reduction in patient anxiety, and may assist with injuries moving toward a resolution. Kaiser Permanente and Concentra are both part of our medical provider network and are providing Telemedicine for workers' compensation injuries. Click on the links to learn more.