Aetna Takes Steps to Help Earthquake Victims in Haiti
Offers medical evacuation and EAP services; Mobilizes Aetna volunteers and employee donations
January 14, 2010 10:58 AM Eastern Time
HARTFORD, Conn.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Aetna (NYSE: AET) has opened its employee assistance programs to all
employees and their families who may have loved ones affected by the earthquake in Haiti. The company is also reaching out to its c
employees in Haiti to offer medical evacuation for those injured and other assistance. For families filing a life insurance claim, Aetna i
claim payment process and extending claim submission dates.
"We are greatly saddened by this tragedy, and we extend our thoughts and deepest sympathies to the families and loved ones of tho
Chairman and CEO Ronald A. Williams. "Our members and employees with family members in Haiti are of the utmost concern to u
committed to supporting them through this difficult time."
The Aetna Foundation has initiated a dollar-for-dollar match for employee disaster relief donations to help the relief efforts in Haiti.
Community Relations group has activated its 47 Aetna Volunteer Councils to engage with relief agencies to respond to this disaster
goods and funds and offering other assistance.
Aetna’s international or U.S.-based customers, members or employees who need help can reach Aetna at the following toll-free nu
l Aetna Global Benefits International Service Center and International Employee Assistance Program: 1-800-231-
or 1-813-775-0190 (collect)
l Aetna U.S. Employee Assistance Program: 1-888-AETNA-EAP (1-888-238-6232) or 866-843-6323 (for the hearin
l Aetna U.S. Member Services: 1-800-443-AETNA (1-800-443-2386)
l Aetna Group Life: 1-800-523-5065
Aetna Behavioral Health is offering its Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to all Aetna plan sponsors, regardless of whether or no
EAP customers, during this time of need. Aetna members can contact Aetna EAP 24/7 for telephonic consultation, support, informa
to a full spectrum resources inc