More of your health information — including some confidential information, doctor visit details, and test results — is now available on kp.org and the KP app.
We encourage you to talk with your parents or guardian about the importance of your personal privacy, as well as any concerns they may have about your care. If a parent or guardian helps manage your care — like emailing your doctor’s office or refilling your medications — they’ll still be able to do that using Act for a Family Member.
Under state and federal privacy laws and kp.org terms and conditions, no one other than you is permitted to use your kp.org password. If you believe it necessary to change your password, you can do this by signing in to Profile & Preferences on kp.org and choosing “Change password” on the Personal Information & Security page. Don’t share your password with anyone.