Your Regional Medical Center


The Upper Peninsula Health Care Network is comprised of a regional medical center, 13 community hospitals and a Medicaid management plan serving the 314,000 residents of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.


Collaborative efforts among the network include sponsorship of the Upper Peninsula Poison Crisis Network, development of the Hospital Home Care Network, joint purchasing, a long-standing network of primary care and specialty physician outreach clinics, a network of cardiac services including EKG, stress testing and holter monitoring; the U.P. Medical Library Consortium; the U.P. Teleradiology and Teleconferencing Networks; a reference lab network; and the U.P. Regional Blood Center.  




The UPHCN is an Upper Peninsula-wide integrated information systems network to connect the U.P. hospitals together, providing a cost-effective mechanism to access patient information and streamline patient care delivery.


UPHCN Web Site