FL Region II Employees Make the Holidays a Little Brighter
The office adopted 20 children and donated Christmas gifts for the children sponsored by the Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency – Guardian ad Litem program.
Corizon correctional healthcare employee excellence in the Southeast
Corizon appreciates the great work that our employees exemplify on a daily basis. We believe in showing our Corizon workforce how much we value the job they do within the field of correctional healthcare through awards and recognition.
Sally Martinez, ARNP, was given a spot bonus for driving four hours each weekend to another site to cover inmate psychiatric services. Mary Ann Teti, RN, was awarded first place in her region for outstanding nursing practice. Barbara Fellows, DON, was a nominee for outstanding nursing leadership. Great job, ladies! (more…)
Corizon employee from Okaloosa County facility supports Special Olympics
Susan Priddy, HSA at Okaloosa County (FL), a Corizon facility, recently participated in the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. Susan and Officer Bryan Graham participated representing Okaloosa County. Each year over 5,000 officers and correctional employees carry a torch on a 1500-mile relay through 66 counties in Florida. (more…)
Okaloosa County LPN’s receive “Thumbs Up” Award
Okaloosa County (FL), a Corizon facility, sponsors a program called the “Thumbs Up” Award in which anyone can nominate employees who are caught going above and beyond. Lee Martin, LPN and Amber Thomas, LPN, were nominated by Lt. Robert Boutwell after he was involved in a Use of Force with another officer. The two nurses had to call for help after an officer’s transmission failed. (more…)
St. Lucie County staff, a Corizon facility, goes above and beyond
The medical staff at the St. Lucie County Jail, a Corizon facility, in Fort Pierce, Florida, recently received praise from not only Sheriff Mascara, but also a female inmate, for their exceptional care in a life and death matter. (more…)