Recent News

  • Feature Stories
  • April 23, 2018

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, and Security Health Plan is working to raise awareness of the importance of healthy hearing. If you’re having trouble hearing, treating your hearing loss with hearing aids will not only help you hear better, it can actually increase your self-confidence, help you enjoy social activities more and improve your relationships with your loved ones. View

  • Community Giving
  • April 23, 2018

Without volunteers, many non-profit organizations could not function effectively. April is National Volunteer Month and what better way to acknowledge this than by recognizing one of Security Health Plan’s own selfless volunteers: Ginger Heier. View

  • News
  • April 9, 2018

Wisconsin residents with Medicare or who will soon turn 65 or otherwise become eligible for Medicare are invited to learn how plans offered by Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., can help them afford and receive the best quality health care and services. View

  • Feature Stories
  • February 2, 2018

Nineteen-year-old Joe Schaefer’s dilemma was one of circumstance. A full-time college student for nine months of the year at Mid-State Technical College, summer was his time to put in the hours at the auto mechanic shop. That meant when Joe reported his summer monthly income to BadgerCare, he was denied coverage because his monthly income was too high to qualify for coverage. However, his annual average monthly income should have made him eligible for coverage. View

  • Community Giving
  • January 30, 2018

“I worked my way up to $3 an hour,” Melinda Button, nurse at Lakeview Medical Center Labor and Delivery, joked. Aside from her work at Lakeview Medical Center, Button works as a volunteer advanced emergency medical technician (EMT) for the Birchwood Four Corners Ambulance service, for which she receives the small $3/hour stipend, plus a small sum for a run. View

  • Community Giving
  • December 28, 2017

“The first day I attended, the moms shared their birth stories. They were all different and just beautiful. It was so good to connect with other moms and to process how ‘mothering matters’ with them for two brief hours,” said Marshfield Medical Center (MMC) Obstetrics nurse Rachel Rademan. View

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