About Blaine Pollock
Before starting his career, Blaine Pollock earned his Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University, then attended the school’s Theological Seminary, from which he received his Master of Divinity. After graduating, Blaine Pollock went on to serve as a contract advisor for the National Football League Players Association. In this capacity, Mr. Pollock also worked individually with a number of high-profile athletes, such as Super Bowl champion running back Ricky Watters and two-time NFL MVP quarterback Randall Cunningham. He was also a close personal friend and advisor to George Foreman, the two-time heavyweight boxing champion of the world.
In 1996, Blaine Pollock founded the Three Rivers Provider Network. The health care network incorporated two years later, and Mr. Pollock now serves as its Founder. The Three Rivers Provider Network has approximately 10 million customers and offers services out of more than 1,500,000 locations, including 5,000 hospitals and 70,000 ancillary facilities. This makes the network one of the largest proprietary preferred provider organizations in the nation. Mr. Pollock’s senior executives possess an average of 17 years’ experience in the health care industry, which gives the network one of the most knowledgeable executive teams in the business.
Blaine Pollock also provides a great deal of philanthropic support to humanitarian groups around the globe. He patronizes such organizations as the World Health and Education Organization Foundation, the United Healthcare Children’s Foundation, and the Alpha Project.