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Corizon Health, Inc., formed by a 2011 merger of Correctional Medical Services, Inc. (CMS) and Prison Health Services, Inc. (PHS), is the "foremost" privately held prison healthcare contractor in the United States. The company provides healthcare and pharmacy services (PharmaCorr) to approximately 98 clients in 26 U.S. ...


Prison health management in correctional healthcare facilities bringing quality inmate patient care with public safety at the core of our mission.


Inmate Health Services (IHS) is an outcomes-driven correctional health care organization serving the public and private corrections industry across the United States. The Company is committed to bringing high quality community standards of care to inmate populations with professional service at a low cost. Offsite inmate ...


Case opinion for VA Supreme Court OGUNDE v. PRISON HEALTH SERVICES INC. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


“Corizon has served as Arizona's prison health care provider since 2013. The company is not a defendant in the ongoing legal action, the plaintiffs wrote in a court filing, because the state is ultimately responsible for providing care ' regardless of who it hires.' However, the company's care lies at the heart of the proceedings.”.


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Oct 27, 2016 ... Although the prison health care giant Corizon Health Inc. had a contract to provide health screening and medical care at the jail, no one from the on-site Corizon staff made any effort to see Green or talk to him. Green was placed in a cell by himself. He wasn't provided with any psychiatric treatment.


769 F.2d 700. Carol ANCATA, individually, as natural guardian of Tara Ancata, and as personal representative of Anthony Ancata, deceased, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. PRISON HEALTH SERVICES, INC., a Delaware Corp., Susan Colligan, Karen Sutton, R. Hargrove, Henry Blady, Robert Butterworth, and George Brescher, ...


Nelson v. Prison Health Services, Inc., 991 F. Supp. 1452 (M.D. Fla. 1997) case opinion from the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.