Hampton Regional Medical Center and UnitedHealthcare (UHC) have developed a new network relationship that provides individuals enrolled in UnitedHealthcare employer-sponsored, individual and Medicare health plans access to Hampton Regional Medical Center facilities and physicians.
Physicians and other health care providers of Hampton Regional Medical Center are committed to improving access to quality care, enhancing clinical outcomes, lowering costs of care and developing an exceptional patient experience for Hampton County residents.
“Hampton Regional Medical Center and UnitedHealthcare (UHC) will work together to enhance and make better the access to critical health services for more of our sufferers across Hampton and the surrounding counties,” claimed Hampton Regional Medical Center CEO Dave Hamill. “We look forward to serving our communities and know that this addition to our network relationships will have a positive impact for the people we serve.”
“Hampton Regional Medical Center is a significant addition to our care provider network, and offers patients and their families’ greater choice and access to quality, cost-effective care,” stated Garland Scott, CEO of UnitedHealthcare of South Carolina.
In South Carolina, UnitedHealthcare serves almost 500,000 individuals enrolled in individual, employer-sponsored and Medicare health plans, with a network of 84 hospitals and more than 14,000 physicians and other care providers statewide.
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