800-872-3862 is the customer service phone number of the Aetna. customer service number enables the customers of the Aetna company to convey their complaints or suggestions. If you want to reach a live person, you have to follow below steps :
You can contact the Aetna customer service via customer service phone number, customer service email, website of Aetna as well as refer to nearest Aetna service center in your area. Customer service centre operates from Mon-Fri: 8am - 6pm CSTYou can also contact Aetna customer service center through customer service email, the complete contact detail of customer service centre are shown below.
Live person number for customer service:
Mon-Fri: 8am - 6pm CSTClick here
to view Customer service linkWebsite: aetna.com
Aetna is a New York Stock Exchange company of Health care. Aetna offers consumer and directed health care insurance plans alike dental, medical, pharmaceutical, behavioural health, disability plans and long terms care plans. Aetna name is in list of Fortune 500 companies. Aetna deals in managed health care industry. Aetna was founded in 1853. Aetna was founded by Eliphalet Adams Bulkeley. Aetna has its headquarters in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Aetna served in United States all over. Chairman and CEO of Aetna is Mark T. Bertolini. Aetna interests in lobbying also as it has spent $ 2.0 million on lobbying in 2009. In California Health care Quality Report Card, Aetna got 2 stars for National Standards of Care and in 2010, received rating of “Good” and 3 stars in “How members rate their HMO and National Standards of Care”. Aetna has a long record of its history since its first year of operation from 1810s to 2016 as its meaning of name is to invoke Mount Etna, it is descendant of Aetna (Fire) Insurance Company. As on June 2013 numbers of members associated with Aetna are 13.609 million—group insurance members, 22 million—medical members, 1,000,000+ — health-care professionals, 13.8 million—pharmacy members, 5,300+ — hospitals, 597,000+ — primary-care doctors and specialists and 14.3 million—dental members. Aetna has been named in many lawsuits, fines and settlements throughout the years, in 1999, for a patient’s delayed approving treatment of stomach cancer, in 2000 for being economic power in the business of prescription drug sales to coerce one of BCI's clients, in 2001 for state’s claims payment practices, in 2002 for unlicensed health insurance agents, in 2003, 2007, 2009 and 2010 for various issues.