Corizon Health News
08/ 20/ 2015
NEW POSITION FOCUSED ON CLIENT SATISFACTION AND RETENTION
BRENTWOOD,Tenn., August 20, 2015 — Corizon Health today announced organizational changes to its Business Development team, creating an executive position focused exclusively on client satisfaction and retention.
Business Development Vice President Michael Miller will assume a new role as Vice President of Client Partnerships,...
07/ 31/ 2015
Corizon Health provides the best treatment it possibly can in the dangerous environment that is county jail.
By Dr. Woodrow A. Myers, Jr
The Sun’s July 23 article, “A group accuses contractor of providing substandard medical care to Santa Barbara County inmates,” contains many unfounded allegations regarding Corizon Health, which...
07/ 23/ 2015
NEW POSITIONS REFLECT COMMITMENT TO PROACTIVELY ENGAGING CURRENT AND FUTURE CLIENTS IN SOLUTIONS TO INMATE HEALTHCARE CHALLENGES
Corizon Health, the nation’s leader in correctional healthcare solutions, announced today the transition of Martha Harbin into the newly created Director of External Affairs position, and the hiring of Chris Bell as...
06/ 10/ 2015
For almost 15 years – including several when the program was administered by the Health & Hospitals Corporation (HHC) – the dedicated public health professionals at Corizon Health, Correctional Medical Associates, our predecessor companies and our partners have worked tirelessly to provide quality care to New York City inmates.
Although we understand the...
11/ 10/ 2014
As the provider of health care services for Alabama’s prison system, Corizon Health believes one of our best assets is our strong commitment to preventive health care and early-detection
03/ 31/ 2014
Brentwood-based Corizon Health, a provider of health care services at correctional facilities, has been awarded a $100 million contract to provide comprehensive medical services to the Fresno County Jail.
03/ 31/ 2014
Brentwood-based correctional facilities health care provider Corizon Health announced today it has been awarded a $100 million contract to provide medical services to the Fresno (Calif.) County Jail.
08/ 25/ 2015
(L-R) Dr. Williams, Jamie Reeves, Laura Gardner and Shelby Riley
It is always notable to receive a letter of thanks from a patient. The medical team at Lansing Correctional Facility
08/ 12/ 2015
Administrative Assistant Kristin Fryman
The Corizon Health staff, including Administrative Assistant Kristin Fryman (pictured), at Lexington-Fayette County Detention Center received a letter of thanks from the mother of an inmate
08/ 06/ 2015
(L-R) Case Manager Marty McWilliams, Activity Therapist Howard Fletcher, SSRU Coordinator Amanda McCarron, Activity Therapist Erica Steinbeck and LPN Brandy Green
Stepping into a maximum security prison can be daunting.