About payment options
We offer a variety of options to pay your monthly premium.
Social Security/Railroad Retirement Board automatic deductions
You can have your premium automatically deducted from your Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) benefits.
Helpful things to know:
- This may take up to 3 months to begin.
- The first deduction may include all premiums due -- from the day your coverage starts to the day your deductions begin. If this doesn't happen, we'll mail you a bill for the months you owe.
- Until your automatic deduction begins, you'll be responsible for paying any bills for the premium you get from Kaiser Permanente.
Automatic payments from your bank account
You can have your premium automatically deducted from your personal bank account. Complete the Electronic Funds Transfer Authorization form that applies to your state and send it back to us. Please allow 30 days for processing after we receive your form.
Download the Electronic Funds Transfer Authorization Form♦ for California.
Download the Electronic Funds Transfer Authorization Form♦ for Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington.
Download the Electronic Funds Transfer Authorization Form♦ for Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C.
Please note: If you are enrolled in automatic deductions from Social Security or RRB, and you enroll in Electronic Funds Transfer, your premium deduction from Social Security or RRB will automatically stop.
Automatic payments by credit or debit card
You can have your payments automatically deducted from your credit or debit card. To sign up, go to kp.org/payonline and follow the steps to set up repeating payments.
Phone or online payments
You can make one-time payments by credit or debit card. Visit kp.org/payonline.
Check or money order
You can choose to receive a monthly bill from Kaiser Permanente and mail a check or money order for your plan premium each month.