Orlando, FL

One of the tourism capitals of our nation, Orlando, Florida, is clearly known for its theme parks. The Greater Orlando metro area is home to more than 2.1 million residents, in one of the most underinsured states in our country, which can only mean there is a large need in Orlando to get health coverage. The fifth largest Florida city, Orlando’s limits contain more than just Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld. The University of Central Florida, the second largest university campus in the country, is also located in Orlando. Various industries also thrive in Orlando, including technology, manufacturing, and engineering.

Live music is popular in Orlando, as many venues accommodate bands and performing acts of all sizes. Residents can also enjoy the Florida Film Festival, occurring in theaters throughout the city and is one of the most revered regional film festivals in the nation. Traditional theater, Broadway, opera, and ballet are also available for the stage lovers of Orlando, with the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival gathering touring companies from around the world each year. Other theater festivals also take place throughout the city. Orlando also an unfortunately large number of shopping malls, catering to the 5.4 million visitors the city accumulates each year.

The Orlando area does also have some “real” parks, in addition to the largely landscaped and machined ones. Though many are still rather planned, due to the developed environment, many parks offer residents an opportunity to experience a bit of outdoor recreation without paying a $100 admission. Lake Eola Park is a popular downtown park, recognized for its flashy fountain, where visitors can paddle among swans and see downtown Orlando from the water.

If you are a resident of Orlando in need of health insurance, you have several insurers to choose from, including Aetna, Cigna, Humana, UnitedHealthcare, and Celtic. Each of these companies offers individual and family plans in the Orlando area. For a quick comparison of rates and to view all plans available in the city, enter your zip code below. For additional, more personalized help, call one of our brokers at 888 803 5917.


For a more clear understanding of how to shop for health insurance in Orlando, we created a sample quote and chose the most affordable plans. Our applicant was a 28-year-old female resident of Orlando, who is very healthy and does not smoke. She is searching for a plan with the highest possible number of benefits and the lowest cost sharing and monthly rates. There are several options that meet these standards, all of which are PPOs, which gives members more provider choices.

Below are the best selections we found from each carrier in Orlando, though some do not have unlimited office visits, such as the Celtic plan. Though their $15 copay sounds like a great deal, there are only two covered visits, primary care and specialist combined, for the entire year. Other plans, such as Humana, Cigna, and United do not place a limit on the number of non-preventive office visits you use throughout the year.