MADISON, WISCONSIN – Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW) announces partnerships with High Point Family Medicine in Lancaster and Fennimore as well as with Three Oaks Health in Johnson Creek.
GHC-SCW members can choose a Primary Care Provider (PCP) from one of two High Point Family Medicine clinic locations: High Point Family Medicine Lancaster Clinic and High Point Family Medicine Fennimore Clinic. GHC-SCW members in Grant County also have access to Urgent Care, Emergency Care and Specialty Care Services at Grant Regional Health Center in Lancaster.
“We are thrilled to be able to provide our Grant County members with more options for their primary care needs,” said Dr. Chris Kastman, GHC-SCW Chief Medical Officer. “Community-oriented partners like High Point Family Medicine allow our members improved access to quality care at a time when they need it the most.”
GHC-SCW members can now choose a Primary Care Provider (PCP) from Three Oaks Health. GHC-SCW members also have access to Urgent Care, Emergency Care and Specialty Care Services at Fort HealthCare in Jefferson County.
“Dr. Milford and his team at Three Oaks Health are committed to providing access to high-quality health care at a local level.” said Dr. Kastman. “Our members deserve the best care — close to home and partnering with Three Oaks Health allows us to continue to expand our network beyond Dane County.”
Insurance plans and benefits vary; GHC-SCW members are encouraged to call GHC-SCW Member Services at (608) 828-4853 to ensure their choice of Primary Care Provider.
Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW) is a nonprofit health plan that cares for more than 75,000 members. The Cooperative has served the greater Dane County area for 45 years and provides both insurance and clinical services for its members. GHC-SCW is the first health plan in Wisconsin to offer patients a money-back guarantee if they are not satisfied with their experience at a GHC-SCW clinic. GHC-SCW was rated 5 out of 5 nationally in 2019 and was the number one ranked private plan in Wisconsin from 2006–2019 according to the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).