Wins and renewals in Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, Tennessee, Virginia

Wins and renewals in Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, Tennessee, Virginia

Members of Corizon Health’s regional and behavioral health staff in Tennessee

We are pleased to share news of recent contract wins, renewals and extensions in Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, Tennessee and Virginia.

Fulton County, Georgia has extended their current contract for an additional year, through December 2016. During the year, we will be working with our client on several new initiatives and also partnering with them to achieve National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) accreditation.

Further north in Michigan, fifteen-year client partner Genesee County has approved the renewal of their contract for another five years. The fact that this renewal did not require an RFP speaks volumes to our team’s performance and the strength of our partnership with our clients in Genesee County.

Doña Ana County, New Mexico, a nine-year Corizon Health client, has announced they will renew their contract for an additional year, with seven additional one-year extension options.

The Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) has announced their ‘intent to award’ the Behavioral Health (regional Behavioral Health team pictured) contract to Corizon Health—the first step in executing a new three-year partnership with the TDOC, a valued client since 2012.

Finally, the Riverside Regional Jail Authority (RRJA) in Virginia has released an ‘intent to award’ decision in favor of Corizon Health to provide their inmate healthcare. When finalized, our new three-year contract will begin March 2016 and includes comprehensive healthcare, mental health, dental and pharmacy services for this 1,500-bed facility. This contract will also add approximately 40 new members to the Corizon Health team.