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Raines v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Superior Court for Worcester County , Probation Office et al, Filed: 12/23/2009. Document: ... O'Mara v. Hillsborough County Department of Corrections, Superintendent et al, Filed: 11/12/2009. Document: ..... 1:06-cv-00434-JL Aumand et al v. Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center


1:13-cv-00275-JL Carter v. Hillsborough County Department of Corrections, Medical Department et al, Filed: 03/18/2014. Document: 15 · 1:12-cv-00059-JL Young et al v. CitiMortgage, Inc. Filed: 03/17/2014. Document: 48 · 1:12-cv-00464 -LM Loupis v. Long Term Care Partners, L.L.C., Filed: 03/17/2014. Document: 11.


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Ronald Pressley, Jr. vs John Palmer, Warden, Florida State Prison, and Julie Jones, Secretary, Florida Department of Corrections ..... Shands Jacksonville Medical Center, Inc. et al. vs State Of Florida, Agency For Health Care Adm. .... The Villages Tri-County Medical Center, etc. vs Agency For Health Care Administration


Nov 13, 2003 ... Ruby CARTER, Individually, and on Behalf of the Wrongful Death Heirs and Beneficiaries, and Estate of Stacie Carter, Deceased, v. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS and Fred Childs, in His Official Capacity as Superintendent of the Rankin County, Mississippi Correctional Facility.


May 22, 2016 ... TAMPA — A Hillsborough County Jail inmate died Saturday from pre-existing medical conditions, according to authorities. Dwight Roach, 54, died in Tampa General Hospital, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said. Spokeswoman Debbie Carter declined to elaborate on the cause of death or what kind ...


Through the use of surveys information was obtained and analyzed from large county jails within the state ... had limited medical intervention prior to incarceration and are leading the general population in high risk .... The Florida Department of Corrections has made recent strides to contain inmate related healthcare costs.


BIRMINGHAM, AL — NaphCare, Inc., an independent partner to correctional facilities nationwide for innovative healthcare management and technology solutions, ... NaphCare's medical personnel remained at the jail continuously throughout the storm, with nurses being placed in each housing unit to minimize inmate ...


Nov 10, 2013 ... When the Valley Street Jail medical team refused to dispense doctor-prescribed medications for an inmate, her husband took Hillsborough County to court. The result: the woman ended up with a $27500 settlement, and the jail's long-term medical director ended up out of a job.