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Health-benefits company Humana to add 50 jobs in St. Petersburg

Humana, Florida's largest Medicare health-benefits company, plans to add about 50 more jobs, mostly nursing positions, in the first quarter to its Humana Cares national care center at the Carillon business park in St. Petersburg.

The center has expanded from fewer than 200 employees from its start in late 2008 to 310 at the end of 2009. The center provides personalized health coaching via telephone, care management, health education and support to 30,000 Humana Medicare, low-income, disabled and Medicare/Medicaid dual-eligible members nationally. Humana said it will add 16,500 Humana members in the first quarter.

For more information or to apply, go to www.humana.com, click on "Careers" and then click on "Career Opportunities." Details can be found under "Locations" and St. Petersburg.

Health-benefits company Humana to add 50 jobs in St. Petersburg 01/04/10 [Last modified: Monday, January 4, 2010 10:03pm]
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