Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia celebrates 75 years of service
1937 was quite a year. You could buy a gallon of gas cost 10 cents. Disney released a modest little cartoon movie called Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. And San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge opened for business.
Not exactly an uneventful year, huh?
1937 was also the year that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia began serving our neighbors. Back when a gallon of gas cost 10 cents, we started offering quality health coverage to Georgia. Since then, we’ve grown to nearly 3,000 associates and nearly three million members.
Quite a bit has changed since then. One thing has remained constant, though. That’s our commitment to offering quality health coverage to Georgians. We want to help improve the lives of the people we serve and the health of our communities.
Today, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association includes separate insurance companies in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico, and offers coverage for nearly one in three Americans.
We’re truly honored to have served our customers for the last 75 years, and look forward to continuing to serve them in the future.