Aetna is one of the largest and strongest health insurance companies in the United States and defining their health insurance policies is very difficult as they are in every state and have a strong foothold in all aspects of the health care system. With a history of more than 160 years, Aetna is one of the most respected health insurance companies in America.


The Aetna individual health insurance plans include every single type of policy as they offer HMO, PPO, and POS health insurance plans depending on what state you live in and where in that state you live. East Coast Health Insurance is a strong Aetna supporter on the individual side of the health insurance business, as they have never rescinded one of our policies after it was issued.  That’s not to say that it hasn’t happened, but it hasn’t happened to us and we have certainly sold a large amount of Aetna policies.


Aetna health insurance quotes for individuals and families

Aetna Individual Health Insurance Plans

East Coast Health Insurance currently offers Aetna in nearly every state on our health insurance quote engine, however this is our only Aetna page as of now besides the states I list below. Why do we have to have a separate health insurance page for Aetna in every state you ask?  Because  the Aetna plans can vary tremendously just in one state.  In Florida, for instance, the Florida health insurance market is provided with POS Open Access plans, while North Florida (most of it anyways) has access to Managed Choice plans.

Aetna Alabama

Aetna Arizona

Aetna California

Aetna Connecticut

Aetna Florida

Aetna Georgia

Aetna Illinois

Aetna Maryland

Aetna Missouri

Aetna Michigan

Aetna Nevada

Aetna North Carolina

Aetna Oklahoma

Aetna South Carolina

Aetna Tennessee

Aetna Texas

Aetna Virginia


Aetna Health Plans Nationally

Aetna provides health care, dental, pharmacy, group life, disability, and long-term care insurance and employee benefits, primarily through employer-paid (fully or partly) insurance and benefit programs, and through Medicare. The company also certifies a network of specialist providers with Aexel designation, as they comply with practice standards of clinical excellence and cost savings. Membership numbers: (as of September 30, 2012)

  • 18.178 million — medical members
  • 13.608 million — dental members
  • 8.815 million — pharmacy members
  • 1 million+ — healthcare professionals
  • 587,000+ — primary care doctors and specialists
  • 5,400+ — hospitals


The Aetna Corporation

In 2012, Aetna announced its acquisition of Coventry Health Care, and plans to expand its membership base to millions of new private members, Medicaid recipients, and Medicare beneficiaries as a result. Aetna earned a total of $33,779.8 million in revenue, remaining one of the top grossing insurers in the nation.

As the third largest health benefits company in the United States, Aetna was was ranked 4th in the Civic 50 survey for the nation’s most community-minded companies in 2012. The company has 54 active Volunteer Councils in 46 cities to improve health care locally. According to the Civic 50, Aetna is “the first comprehensive ranking of S&P 500 companies that best use their time, talent, and resources to improve the quality of life in the communities where they do business.”

They were also recognized this year by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the White House Business Council, and the National Business Group on Health for their commitment to cultivating equality in medical care. J.D. Power and Associates credited Aetna’s concierge customer service call center with having “An Outstanding Customer Service Experience,” for three consecutive years. Aetna has also been recognized by various organizations for their environmental initiatives, research, technology, and care delivery for many years.