What if you didn’t have to stand on your feet all day?
What if you were improving the health care access and delivery system?
As a nurse, nutritionist, behaviorist, pharmacist or physician, you know what it takes to offer the best in patient care. You have a unique combination of skills in the clinical domain. Medical professionals at Cigna apply their clinical capabilities in different ways, including roles in medical case management, quality, and the development of new products and services. As a result, medical professionals at Cigna can reach and improve the lives of many more members than those in private practice.
To see how our employees have brought innovation to Cigna and their professional careers, explore some of these sample career paths. Or use the search tools at the bottom of this page or in the header to find your own career path.
Carol began her career at Cigna in 1997 as a Utilization Review Nurse. Her responsibilities have included implementation of various national initiatives, oversight of over 100 clinical staff and helped train employees and other trainers. more
Denise has been with Cigna since 1990 when she began as a case manager. She currently has oversight of medical management programs for specialty case management operations including transplant, neonatal, catastrophic, oncology and maternity programs. more
For a complete list of current Medical Professional opportunities within Cigna, select the location you're interested in and press search:
Use our career architecture browser to see what other roles are available within Cigna. A Cigna career is not just a job but an opportunity to grow into a position that matches your unique skills and capabilities.
"[We] organized a trip to New Orleans shortly after Katrina struck. In a very short period of time...our site had collected an amazing amout of drugs and supplies that would soon be used to set up a field hospital/facility in the Baton Rouge area. I can't think of a time when...I felt as good about my company and peers as I did during that time."