Welcome to the HPS Website

In the group purchasing community, HPS is your trusted business partner. Whether you've been a member for years or you're looking for a new GPO relationship, HPS has a reputation in the industry of honesty, expertise and customer service.

We perform in the best interest of customers and vendor partners alike. Our longstanding relationships and industry presence have withstood the test of time, helping our members effectively achieve their purchasing goals since 1949.

Ask Michelle

Michelle Pleiness is the vice president of member development. She is responsible for the membership preservation by ensuring that we have direct communication with each of our members and understand their needs. In addition, the Member Development Team is responsible for growing the membership in all classifications and into new markets.

Michelle joined HPS in 1996. She holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations from Western Michigan University and an MBA from Wayne State University.

Testimonials

Eleanor Hall

“HPS has saved us money since we have been with them. Everyone has been great to work with.”
—Eleanor Hall, district director of nutritional services, Scott County Board of Education, Georgetown, Kent.

Frank Pace

“We have had a wonderful relationship with HPS since our pharmacy start-up. HPS was quick to come to our aid in loading in contracts with our supplier of choice McKesson, Pharma division. They were able to get us up and running with a three week period. Since that time, we have been able to take advantage of other vendor contracts that have been advantageous to our organization. We are an independent hospital, and we feel that HPS has helped us get the BIG CONTRACT advantages while still remaining a little fish in the sea. Our experience with HPS has been nothing but positive since day one.”

—Frank Pace, Oakland Regional Hospital, Southfield, Mich.

Judy Ellis

“Our school district has been a member of HPS since 2006. We were one of the first schools in Kentucky to join HPS, and they not only save our district valuable dollars, they save us time on the bid process.”

—Judy Ellis, food service director, Boyle County Board of Education, Danville Kent.

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