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​You and GHC-SCW are Better Together with Medicare Select!

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW) is the area's first and only member-owned, non-profit cooperative. So if everything else is equal, don't choose to just be a member of a health plan. Choose to be an owner and have a voice.

Get reimbursed for doing what you love!

GHC-SCW rewards healthy living! Put up to $100 back in your pocket for everything from sneakers to health club memberships. With GHC-SCW, you can get reimbursed for:

  • Golf Leagues
  • Bowling Leagues
  • Walk/Runs
  • Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
  • And more!

Specialty providers at UW Hospital and Clinics.

Enjoy access to an extensive network of world-class specialty providers at the state's top hospital*, UW Hospital and Clinics.

High quality primary care.

When you see one of our Primary Care Providers at a GHC-SCW clinic, you'll receive an advanced care team approach. An advanced care team may include pharmacists, mental health providers and physical therapists on an as needed basis.

The care you need, when you need it.

Whether it's a sinus infection, a bad case of the flu or just a common cold, your body doesn't care where you are or what time it is. When you're sick, you want treatment now…

  • Our 24/7 GHC NurseConnect line can answer your questions anytime and even get you scheduled to see your doctor.

If you're searching for a Medicare Supplement Plan that's right for you, GHC-SCW can make your decision easy. Get a quote now!

We know you are looking for a good value. GHC-SCW has everything you expect in your Medicare Select health plan and more!


For more information or to see if your current plan's benefits are up to par, download the guide.
5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Medicare Supplement Plan!
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To speak directly with our Medicare Select specialist call:
(608) 828-4831

*U.S. News and World Report 2016
GHC-SCW is not connected with or endorsed by the United States government or the federal Medicare program.