CorrectHealth would like to take a moment to congratulate Sheriff Billy Carlisle, Major Jeff Johnson and the Dawson County Law Enforcement Center for receiving their (MAG) Medical Association of Georgia Accreditation.
The facility and their staff have been a pleasure to provide services too and we look forward to a continued wonderful working relationship!
CorrectHealth was recently awarded the opportunity to serve new clients and would like to say thank you very much to both Boyle County Detention Center and Carter County Detention Center. We look forward to sharing our expertise with each of you!
Paula Gay, Dr. Carlo Musso, Dr. Jeffrey Kessler
During 2012, CorrectHealth and Georgia Partnership for TeleHealth collaborated to bring TeleMedicine to several facilities in the Southeast Region. This TeleMedicine initiative has had an enormous impact on corrections healthcare that has benefited the Client, CorrectHealth and most importantly the patient. It has always been the mission of CorrectHealth to provide High Quality, Cost-Effective and Comprehensive healthcare inside the walls of correctional facilities. Leading the initiative in Corrections TeleMedicine has allowed us to build on that foundation and allow a more effective and efficient fulfillment of our client needs. To inquire about our TeleMedicine program or schedule a demo, please fill out the Contact Form and we will reach out to you as soon as possible!
Sumter County Sheriff Pet Smith, Dr. Carlo Musso, Executive Director Terry Norris
Sheriffs continually provide exceptional services in every community throughout Georgia going far beyond the call of duty, especially as it relates to the care of abused, abandoned and neglected children,” stated Dr. Carlo Musso during a recent interview. “It is for this reason that I feel it appropriate to help them with this critical service to our state’s less fortunate children by supporting their Georgia Sheriffs’ Association.” Physician and entrepreneur Musso is the founder and CEO of CorrectHealth, which helps sheriffs control the cost of providing required medical care to inmates housed in county jails… Click here to read the rest of this article published in the July Edition of the GSA Quarterly Magazine.