Total Health Care and Priority Health announced the completion of their merger Monday afternoon. The two Michigan-based healthcare organizations first announced plans to merge in late August and received final regulatory in late November. Prior to receiving approval from state regulators, Total Health Care members approved the merger earlier this fall. “We are grateful for all the support and excited to move forward together with Priority Health as we continue to support vulnerable populations throughout southeast Michigan,” Randy Narowitz, CEO of Total Health Care, said in a statement. Priority Health and Total Health Care both feature sizable imprints on the Wolverine State, with Priority serving more than 1 million members while Total Health Care operates more than 2,500 health care centers in five counties surrounding the Detroit metropolitan area.
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