Ninety-one year old Louise Heberling has been with Kaiser Permanente since the Navy moved her family to Corona, CA in 1952.
Back then, Kaiser Permanente was one of the few health care services that included preventive care. Now in her ninth decade, Louise has been very grateful for this service—she has little time for bad health. She’s a busy woman.
“I trim my plants—I do a lot of that and I’ve got a bunch of that to do yet,” she explains. I vacuum, I clean, I go to church, I teach a bible class, I study.”
The internet-savvy 91-year-old loves being able to make appointments and message her doctors through My Health Manager on kp.org. However, arguably the best online feature for Louise is the ability to re-fill prescriptions through the website. “Oh I just check this, this, this—submit it—and I get it in the mail! It’s such a blessing.”
Nearing her 61st anniversary with Kaiser Permanente, Louise is thrilled with her family’s health care choice in 1952. She imparts, “When I find a good thing, I stay with it.”