A Message from President James Shillitto

IMPORTANT: For this year’s Aflac Open Enrollment, Aflac agents will not be coming to Consolidated Edison work locations.  Open Enrollment ends mid December 2020.

If you are interested in learning more about the coverage or are enrolled and need to make changes that you reach out for assistance.

There are a few ways to get assistance: 

What is Aflac…?

Aflac is insurance for daily living. It pays cash benefits directly to you. It provides the flexibility to use your benefits on any living expenses that you choose. It also fits any budget – rates don’t go up when you file a claim.  Learn how we’ve got you under our wing. 


  • Choice Hospital Plan –
  • Annual Hospital Benefit
  • Lab & X-Ray Benefit
  • Hospital Short-Stay Benefit
  • Hospital Confinement Benefit
  • Intensive Care Benefit
  • Surgical Benefit
  • Physician’s Visit Benefit
  • Ambulance Benefit
  • Plus more…
  • Accident Advantage -
  • Emergency Treatment
  • Follow-up Treatment Benefit
  • Rehabilitation Benefit
  • Hospital Confinement Benefit
  • Physical Therapy Benefit
  • Surgical Benefit
  • X – Ray Benefit
  • Ambulance, Medi-Vac Benefit
  • Plus more…
  • Cancer Care
  • Cancer Screening Wellness
  • Medical Imaging Benefit
  • Treatment Benefits
  • Initial Treatment Benefit
  • Anti-Nausea Benefit
  • Home Healthcare Benefit
  • Hospital Confinement Benefit
  • Ambulance, Transport Benefit
  • Plus more…
  • Lump Sum Specified Disease – (This is also a Rider to Cancer Plan)
  • Heart Attack; Stroke; End-stage Renal Failure or Major Human Organ Transplant
  • Initial Benefit of $10,000 to $30,000       Event benefit paid out at 25% of Major Event Benefit
  • Additional Coronary, Artery, Bypass Graft Surgery Benefit

To learn more about benefit options please go to our account specific website at www.aflac.com/coned

Or to speak with a benefit counselor:

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