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Making a difference with through MultiPlan's philanthropic programs

Making a difference through MultiPlan's Philanthropic Programs
MultiPlan Rural Health Grant 

Since 1995, MultiPlan's Rural Health Grant has awarded over a half million dollars to help rural hospitals reach out with programs and services that address the healthcare needs of their communities. For more information about the MultiPlan Rural Health Grant, contact us at

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Applications now being accepted!

  • Eligibility information and submission instructions are included in the grant application. 
  • Apply now through May 31, 2019   
2018 Rural Grant Recipients

Banner Payson Medical Center

Payson, ArizonaBanner Payson Medical Center will use their grant to obtain Wound Care Certification for two nurses. With this certification, nurses will be able to provide specialized care for burns, pressure ulcers, surgical dressings, and other complicated wounds – treatment that currently must be performed by a physician and is not available within 100 miles of this rural town. The certified wound care nurses will also educate patients and other health care professionals in the community.
Conway HospitalConway, South CarolinaConway Hospital is taking to the streets to deliver mammography services. The hospital will use MultiPlan’s grant to help purchase a vehicle for their “Mammography on the Move” program. The program will bring 3D mammography imaging to women in the Horry County community who might otherwise not be able to visit the hospital for their breast cancer screening.

Limestone Medical Center

Groesbeck, Texas

Limestone Medical Center will help members of the community suffering from congestive heart failure manage their disease. The hospital has an established Congestive Heart Failure Clinic and will use the grant to help educate the community about the resources available at the clinic and to purchase tools that patients can use to monitor themselves at home. With education and outpatient resources, this program will help reduce preventable hospitalizations and re-admissions.

Mile Bluff Medical CenterMauston, WisconsinMile Bluff Medical Center will use their grant to help fund education programs that increase awareness and understanding of Alzheimer’s and other dementia-type diseases, decrease the stigma of these diseases, and foster community involvement to help improve the lives of those living with dementia. The hospital is also working with local organizations to establish the Juneau County Memory Café, which will offer regularly-scheduled programs, activities and support for individuals with memory issues.
MultiPlan's Toy Car Program

MultiPlan's Toy Car Program supplies battery-powered ride-on toy cars to pediatric units at participating hospitals. The cars give young patients a fun distraction to make their hospital visit a little less scary. For more information about our Toy Car program, contact us at