Published on November 05, 2021

Philanthropy is the key to strengthening Medica's social mission in the community

Investing in community-led initiatives that advance health equity is instrumental to Medica’s mission. As a result, Medica explores all opportunities to reach into the community to build authentic relationships and improve the health of those in need. This includes being a Ridgeview Foundation Corporate Partner since 2006.

“Ridgeview provides high quality health care services and support for patients who are facing unique situations,” said Andrew Marshall, Vice President, Client Retention & Growth at Medica. “Our organizations have a mutual commitment to positively impact the communities that we serve, and this alignment makes it easy to want to support Ridgeview Foundation.”

Partnerships matter, and Medica is committed to collaborating with health care providers, employers, brokers and policy makers to help manage health care costs while also delivering quality health care.

“Ridgeview is a pillar in the southwest metro communities and an important Medica partner,” said Marshall. “As we continue to work together, it’s clear that our collaborative, mission-driven cultures are a good match for one another.” Medica understands the importance of ensuring exceptional health care is close to home.

“In the moments that matter, we all want to feel confident in those who are caring for our most precious gift – our health,” said Marshall. “When we face uncertainty in our health, it’s comforting to know that your trusted caregivers are not far away.”

Medica strives to be the trusted health plan of choice for customers, members, partners and employees. With headquarters in the Twin Cities and offices in St. Cloud, Duluth, Fargo and Omaha, Medica serves nearly 1 million members across nine states and offers a range of health plan options for employers, individuals, and those eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.

"When we face uncertainty in our health, it’s comforting to know that your trusted caregivers are not far away."

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