UPMC Memorial Hospital and OSS Health have joined Geisinger Health Plan as in-network providers, the Danville-based health plan announced last week.
West Manchester Township-based UPMC Memorial and OSS Health, which includes OSS Orthopaedic Hospital in York and a number of other health care facilities in Mechanicsburg, Gettysburg, Hanover, Columbia and York are now part of the health plan’s growing network of 29,000 doctors and hospitals across the state.
UPMC Memorial and OSS Health also join Gettysburg Hospital, UPMC Hanover and York Hospital as preferred providers.
“This year, more than any other year, we learned the value of receiving healthcare from someone you trust,” said Kurt Wrobel, president of Geisinger Health Plan and executive vice president of insurance operations. “As Pennsylvanians review their coverage options for 2021, they should feel confident and cared for. Our members are backed by 100-year tradition of quality and a network of the most trusted names in healthcare, like UPMC Memorial Hospital and OSS Health.”
Michael Enriquez, CEO of OSS Health, said that the system is pleased to partner with the health plan to offer care to its members.
“We are committed to providing trusted, patient centered care that is important to patients now more than ever,” Enriquez said.
The news comes after Geisinger sold its Holy Spirit Health System to Penn State Health late last month. The deal included all regional Geisinger providers, but in an accompanying release the system noted that the health plan would continue to operate in the region.