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Working in correctional health can be an enriching and fulfilling experience. As a correctional health professional, you’ll get to provide care for an underserved population that truly needs care, and you’ll also have a unique opportunity to gain invaluable clinical knowledge and experience treating a wide range of medical and mental health conditions.


Correctional healthcare affords the opportunity to work in a unique setting where we serve patients with many different needs. The work of a correctional healthcare professional is both challenging and rewarding at the same time, as we provide a wide range of health services to patients who are in dire need of care.


Every day the impact of our work is palpable as we see how our interventions help restore and enhance our patients’ health. As correctional professionals, we work to promote physical and behavioral health, we address some of the most challenging health issues effectively and protect public safety.

  • Physicians

  • Physician Assistants

  • Nurse Practitioners

  • Psychiatrists

  • Psychiatric Nurses

  • Health Administrators

  • Mental Health Clinicians, Social Workers, and Psychologists

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  • Nurses (LPN, RN)

  • Dentists

  • Dental Assistants

  • Phlebotomists

  • Podiatrists

  • Medical Technicians

  • Medical Records

  • IT and IT support staff

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"Careers in Correctional Health Care"

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We offer a robust training to all our staff. We work closely with new employees to train them in all aspects of corrections. We believe strongly in our model of medical and mental health care delivery and in the value of well-trained correctional professionals who will work closely with our team. Teamwork is the pillar of correctional healthcare and is the basis for providing effective care and promoting safety.

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Student Loan Forgiveness

Some sites have been designated Health Provider Shortage Area (HPSA) by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Service Administration.


This is a designation given to areas that are medically underserved, have too few primary care providers and where the patient population is considered high risk.


Providers at these sites are eligible to receive Student Federal Loan Forgiveness.


Please go to the official website for details

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