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Security Health Plan supports promotion of organ and tissue donation

Every ten minutes another person is added to the waiting list for a donated organ. Each day 22 people die because the organ they need is not donated in time.


Security Health Plan earns three awards for customer service excellence

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has earned three service quality awards for 2018 from Service Quality Measurement (SQM), a leading North American research firm that specializes in customer service improvement.


Security Health Plan invests in The Chestnut Center for the Arts

“This place is a little hidden gem,” said Marshfield Clinic Health System Applications Analyst Carmen Duran.


Security Health Plan invests in the 2019 Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit

“Understanding health information is critical to making healthy choices in life and when faced with health problems,” said Wisconsin Health Literacy Medical Advisor Paul Smith.


Security Health Plan invests in Feed My People Food Bank’s Empty Bowls 2019

Individuals impacted with food insecurity do not know when or where their next meal will come from. According to the Wisconsin Food Security Project, one in nine people residing in the western Wisconsin area experience food insecurity.


Security Health Plan invests in Marshfield organization serving women in crisis

“It is critical to meet the needs of families at an early stage and at an early stage of a child’s development,” Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) Center for Community Health Advancement Community Connections Team Health Educator Jennifer Paape said.


Security Health Plan invests in McMillan Fire Department

“Without new pediatric medical equipment, EMS staff would be using equipment that is over 15 years old to treat patients during emergencies,” said McMillan Fire Department Captain Lorrie Bauer.


Security Health Plan names Chris Bruni as vice president of sales strategy

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., has named Chris Bruni, of Baraboo, as vice president of sales strategy.


Security Health Plan invests in Bloomer Community Ambulance

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services requires Emergency Medical Services (EMS) maintain a communication system that allows communication between medical control and EMS personnel. So when the Bloomer Community Ambulance Service purchased a new rescue response truck the first order of business was to equip it with the needed communication tools.