Idaho

Find product information, local news and access to a list of UnitedHealthcare contacts in Idaho.

Committed to our Idaho community

UnitedHealthcare is dedicated to supporting Idaho employers, employees and their families by building strong, lasting relationships in the community. Our presence in Idaho includes:1

More than 147,000 members

within Idaho communities

More than 8,100 providers

available to meet member needs in Idaho

Almost $76,000 dollars donated to local organizations

in support of communities across Idaho 

More than 350 UnitedHealthcare employees

within Idaho communities

Latest news

Impacted groups will receive MLR premium rebate checks before the September 30 IRS deadline.

UnitedHealthcare vaccine pass allows members to more easily access and share their COVID-19 vaccine status.

UnitedHealthcare is working to provide members with virtual care solutions to help make quality health care more accessible.

Meet your Idaho team

UnitedHealthcare in Idaho is here to serve the needs of employers, employees and their families across the state.

Pamela Gold, Vice President, Sales and Account Management, Utah and Idaho

Pamela (Pam) Gold is the Vice President of Sales and Account Management for Utah and Idaho, serving small and large employers. She joined UnitedHealthcare in 1992 and has held various positions, including Sales Director, Director of Account Management and now Vice President. With more than 40 years of health care experience, Pam has a passion for health care and supporting the needs of clients. She also is committed to giving back, as demonstrated through her work with First Step House, American Red Cross, American Heart Association, Odyssey House and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Pam lives in Salt Lake City with her husband of 20 years and in her free time, she enjoys reading, snowshoeing and spending time with her family.

Michael Fawson

Director of Sales, Key Accounts and Small Business – UnitedHealthcare and UMR

Dawnell Keller

Manager of Account Management – UnitedHealthcare and UMR