OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 20 Arcadian Health Plans and Arcadian Management Services, also known as "Arcadian Health," announced today that it has made a contribution to the Haiti relief efforts through the organization Project Medishare. The money will go toward health care needs for Haitians whose lives were directly impacted by the massive earthquake that struck the island on Tuesday, January 12.
"I believe in our company's mission to improve the health of individuals in underserved communities," said Robert Fahlman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Arcadian Health. "Given the magnitude of the devastation and the hundreds of thousands of people affected, I strongly believe that as a successful health care company, we should participate in this humanitarian effort with a contribution directed specifically at providing health care for Haitians."
Project Medishare is a Florida-based non-profit organization that has been providing technical resources for community development and health care support in Haiti since 1995. The organization had the first medical trauma team on the ground in Haiti on the day after the earthquake. Arcadian Health chose to make their contribution through Project Medishare based on their shared commitment to providing quality health care to underserved populations.
Arcadian Health's constituents may donate to this organization as well as several others by visiting any of the local community care sites. Please visit www.arcadianhealth.com to find out more, or visit Project Medishare directly at www.projectmedishare.org.
About Arcadian Health
Arcadian Management Services, founded in 1996, provides high-quality, cost-effective administrative infrastructure and management services to health care physicians, hospitals and health plans. In order to capitalize on the foundation of Arcadian Management Services, Arcadian Health Plan, Inc., was founded in 2004. Arcadian Health Plan, as well as its sister organizations and corresponding affiliates, is a Medicare Advantage health plan provider operating in the following 15 states: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington. The plans are offered under the following local product names: * Arcadian Community Care (Louisiana and California residents) * Arcadian Health Plan (Oklahoma residents) * Arkansas Community Care * Columbia Community Care * Desert Canyon Community Care * Ozark Health Plan * Northeast Community Care * Southeast Community Care * Spokane Community Care * Texarkana Community Care * Texas Community Care.
For more information about Arcadian Health Plans and Arcadian Management Services, visit http://www.arcadianhealth.com.
Contact: Nilsa Lennig, Director of Marketing, Arcadian Health, Office: 510-817-1016; Mobile: 415-298-8248 Email: [email protected]
SOURCE Arcadian Health