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Security Health Plan invests in the Spencer Area Fire Department

“The Spencer Fire Department offers a variety of life-saving services to the Spencer area,” Marshfield Clinic Health System physician assistant Mary Saeger said.

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Security Health Plan names Hoglund to expanded role as Chief Actuary & Financial Officer

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has named Krista Hoglund to the newly expanded role of Chief Actuary & Financial Officer.

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Helping people make the right choice in Medicare coverage

It was a Wednesday evening toward the end of the Medicare Advantage Annual Enrollment Period in early December, an hour past quitting time for Janet at Security Health Plan.

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Care My Way

Call 1-800-549-3174 anytime to get health information and advice from our 24-hour Nurse Line and Marshfield Clinic’s Care My Way®.

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Affordable hearing aids enrich the life of Navy veteran

With the hearing aid benefit that is a part of Security Health Plan’s Medicare Advantage plans, Staib is able to enjoy the sounds of the world around him at an affordable price.

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Security Health Plan invests in Marathon County women’s organization

As you walk into the main lobby of The Women’s Community (TWC) in Wausau, just beyond the reception desk you’ll see a wall full of names.

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Helping people make the right choice in Medicare coverage

It was a Wednesday evening toward the end of the Medicare Advantage Annual Enrollment Period in early December, an hour past quitting time for Janet at Security Health Plan.

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Security Health Plan’s Wilhelm named to state task force on reducing prescription drug prices

Sue Wilhelm, pharmacy services director and interim clinical officer at Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has been named by Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers to serve on the Governor’s Task Force on Reducing Prescription Drug Prices.

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Security Health Plan supports local organization working to eliminate homelessness

Nearly 5,000 individuals in Wisconsin were homeless in 2018 according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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