The US Family Health Plan Alliance wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. At US Family Health Plan, when we think about what we are grateful for, our members and their families top the list! Thanks to all in the U.S. military family for your service, your selflessness and your inspiration. Please enjoy a safe and blessed Thanksgiving Day.
The US Family Health Plan program is composed of six regional health care providers that offer the TRICARE Prime benefit to more than 150,000 military families and retirees in the United States. US Family Health Plan members living in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and parts of Northern Connecticut are served by Brighton Marine Health Center.
In a new US Family Health Plan video, Dr. Charles Rollinger, vice president of Medical Management and Quality at Brighton Marine, explains how the program offers specialized care options to its members.
As the only value-based health care offering within the Military Health System, the US Family Health Plan (USFHP) takes a personalized approach to the health, wellness and chronic condition management of more than 150,000 members in six regions of the country.
In a new video, US Family Health Plan members and care providers from the USFHP’s six regional organizations discuss how this personalized approach keeps members satisfied with their health care.
Veterans hold a special place in our hearts and thoughts. They have put their lives on the line to defend our freedom and the American way of life. The Designated Provider organizations of the US Family Health Plan Alliance are honored to provide high-quality health care to veterans and their families and the families of active duty service members. Providing health care to veterans and their families is a sacred responsibility that we take very seriously. On this Veterans Day, we celebrate all of the men and women who have served in our armed forces and remember all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom.
Retired Navy Commander David Edwards Served in Atlantic and Pacific Theaters in World War II
At 103 years old, Commander David Edwards, US Navy (retired), is the oldest US Family Health Plan member in the Pacific Northwest. A World War II veteran and longtime reservist, Edwards now lives as a retiree in Seattle, Washington, in the house he and his family built from scratch.
As a student at the University of Washington before World War II, Edwards participated in the U.S. Navy ROTC program. Commissioned as an ensign, the Navy contacted him prior to America’s involvement in the war, and he spent the next year practicing minesweeping in the region. Read more