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Only Those Who Set a Good Example Can Expect A Healthy Following. When we signed up our first member over 15 years ago, the concept of a health maintenance organization was brand new and US Healthcare was offering benefits that had never been offered before. We were one of the first health care systems to cover our members for annual checkups. We led the way with free mammograms and coloirectal cancer screenings. For members who wanted to kick bad habits, we broke new ground with wellness programs to help them quit smoking, lose weight, or manage stress. We also developed a unique Quality Assurance Program that regularly reviews each of our participating doctors for patient satisfaction, procedures, and systems. U.S. Healthcare is now over a million members strong. We're financially strong as well-one of the most stable systems in the country. U.S. Healthcare encourages our members to take advantage of our innovative, health care benefits at every turn. Because healthy lifestyles naturally lead to happier, more productive lives. Find out is U.S. Healthcare is offered in your workplace. Or ask your employer to call 1-800-338-USHC. US HEALTHCARE 1959 The Curtis Publishing Company 1990 U.S. Healthcare, Inc, Blue Bell, PA 19422 [[image, across 1.5 pages]] Foreground an in loungewear, reading newpaper. Background daughter, wife, daughter, wife, and son dressed in Sunday proper. [[bottom left]] Norman Rockwell [[bottom left]]
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