Located at the edge of Wisconsin’s beautiful Driftless region, Reedsburg is a vibrant, family-focused community of just more than 9,000 residents. Its excellent schools, scenic beauty and historic downtown make it one of the state’s most idyllic cities. If you’re a Reedsburg resident looking for outstanding health coverage for you and your family, consider the many benefits of Unity Health Insurance. Explore the options below to learn about our available plans, nearby doctors, how to get care and more.
Reedsburg, Wisconsin Health Care Plan Options
Gold, Silver, Bronze or Catastrophic plans are available through our Unity Prime Network. Each provides the access you need to UW health physicians and specialists near you. Simply select the option that matches your budget and coverage needs.
View local Prime Network plans.
How to Get Health Care in Reedsburg, Wisconsin
Because you live in Reedsburg, you’ll find excellent doctors, health care facilities, and pharmacies close by no matter which plan you select.
- Browse nearby doctors and specialists
- Browse nearby health care facilities, including Reedsburg Area Medical Center
- Browse nearby pharmacies in the Reedsburg area
Unity Member Benefits
Unity members in Reedsburg enjoy a variety of benefits, including:
- Health and wellness rewards that provide cash incentives for exercising and other healthy choices
- Direct access to over 1,400 UW Health physicians and specialists
- MyChart, a secure online tool that allows you ask questions, request appointments, and more from your computer or mobile device
- Perks & SavingsSM at participating vendors when you show your Unity ID card
Need more information? Contact our knowledgeable health insurance staff for help selecting the best plan for you and your family today.
Reedsburg Health Insurance Resources
*Unity Health Plans’ Commercial HMO / POS plans are rated 4.5 out of 5 among NCQA’s Private Health Insurance Plan Ratings 2016 – 2017. Unity has consistently maintained an Excellent Accreditation status through NCQA since 2002.