The way to better health starts here.

UnitedHealthcare proudly serves more than 1.3 million people living in Tennessee. We're working statewide and across Memphis to help make healthier easier for everyone.

With more than 4,000 employees statewide1 collaborating with nearly 6,800 Memphis providers and 25 local hospitals2 we're working every day to lower costs and offer health plans,  programs and community support designed to help our members on their journey to better health.

Averaging 12k steps a day with UnitedHealthcare Motion - footnote 3
Over 2M pounds lost with Real Appeal - footnote 4
Over $1M in Empowering  Health community grants - footnote 1

Bringing healthier foods to the community

Food insecurity is one of the biggest issues facing a healthier Memphis. Too many residents live unreasonably far from nutritious, affordable groceries. Through our Empowering Health commitment, we're teaming up with Mid-South Food Bank to bring healthier food to Memphis. Better than a food truck. It's Nutrition on Wheels.

Find us weekly around town at:

Various Christ Community Health locations

Church Health

For more information contact:

Lakeisha Edwards at 1-901-373-0413 or view the Mid-South Food Bank event calendar.


Memphis Nutrition on Wheels

Health plans designed to make healthier easier

Proven weight loss and wellness programs

Helping our members on their journey to better health with programs like Real Appeal®, our innovative weight loss program, and UnitedHealthcare Motion®, which promotes physical activity.

Robust local provider network

Our network has nearly 6,800 Memphis-area providers and 25 local hospitals,2 including Methodist. Those we serve also have access to over 978,000 UnitedHealthcare physicians and health care professionals nationwide.5

Access to behavioral health specialists

With more than 560 mental health providers6 and a growing network, we offer one of the largest networks in the state.

Sharing your commitment to our community

Empowering Health community grants

So far this year, we have provided over $1 million in grants to eight community-based organizations in Memphis aimed at expanding access to care and addressing the social determinants of health.1

Giving our time

In the past 3 years, our 4,000+ employees statewide provided more than 102,000 hours of volunteer support  throughout Tennessee, including Memphis.

Helping Shelby County students

When communities come together to help kids prepare for school we all benefit. Last year, we donated $12,500 for the resources students need to succeed.

Empowering Health Grant Recipients

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