UPHP opens new office in Marquette

The Upper Peninsula Health Plan announced its grand opening in Marquette with a ribbon cutting this week.
The group is a U.P.-based health plan that manages care for members all over the Upper Peninsula through a network of local providers in local communities. According to the Lake Superior Community Partnership, which held the ribbon cutting along with UPHP, the plan's mission is to innovate health care and ensure quality, cost-effective care to improve overall health in the communities it serves.
UPHP is not new to the area; it's been around for several years, and in 2008 won a national award for its regional cooperative prescription and pharmacy plan. It does, however, have a new office now, located in the newly-finished Liberty Way complex at 853 West Washington Street in Marquette.
Some of the participants in the health plan are Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital, UP Health System, Dickinson County Healthcare System and several others across the U.P.
Writer: Sam Eggleston
Source: Lake Superior Community Partnership
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