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Making a Difference

Forward thinking and innovative strategies to affect positive change.

The Power to be your Best

The changing landscape of correctional health care requires bold solutions.

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We inspire, empower, and guide health care professionals to be their best.

Research Driven

Evidence-based practice that results in increased positive patient outcomes.

what we do

Singularly focused on providing comprehensive, high-quality health care services to county jails, prisons, and juvenile detention centers throughout the United States with several decades of success in the industry. Dedicated solely to correctional health care, our company is designed for our clients, advocates for our patients, and understands our most important resource is our health care team members. We are a proven leader in correctional health care, continuously improving standards of care through evidence-based best practice in all areas to foster positive patient outcomes.

PrimeCare Medical provides qualified medical professionals that are trained and experienced in correctional health care, and who are further supported by equally qualified mid-level practitioners. These professionals are compromised of doctors, dentists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants that oversee all aspects of our correctional health care contracts.

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to treat substance use disorder (SUD), sustain recovery, prevent overdose, and reduce cost. Research shows that MAT is clinically effective.  This treatment approach improves patient survival, increases retention in treatment, and decreases illicit opioid use and other criminal activity among people with SUDs.

The backbone of a health care delivery system is comprised of licensed, competent nurses, both registered and practical. Our nursing staff is trained on and guided by established policies and procedures patterned after those of the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC). On-site management is provided by a Health Services Administrator who in turn is further supported by a dedicated regional management staff.

Backed by a company at the forefront of correctional health care, PrimeCare Medical provides an array of services. This includes legal consultation, development and evaluation of policies and procedures in compliance with NCCHA standards, staff training, education development, risk management and complex case review.

PrimeCare Medical provides psychiatrists, psychologists, and behavioral health professionals who specialize in psychiatric patient care, crisis management, suicide prevention, and collaborate with local judicial systems. These services are augmented by efficient use of telemedicine when appropriate.

PCM Lite is a comprehensive á la carte solution for all your correctional health care requirements. It provides answers to the costly and complicated provision of quality care by offering a wide array of products and services. These include pharmaceuticals, medical supplies & equipment, electronic health records, diagnostic solutions, billing services, consulting, development, training, and contract monitoring, with the primary goal of increasing positive patient outcomes while helping you save valuable time, money, and resources. Choose what you need and leave the rest to us.

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Your passion is as meaningful to us as it is to you.

Working for PrimeCare Medical is a career, but it is also so much more. You are not just joining a company – you are adding to it.

This is where health care professionals gather together, committed to values that transform lives.

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PrimeCare Medical of New York, Inc., in a collaborative effort with New York State Dept. of Health, is currently involved in a groundbreaking initiative for Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) testing throughout the state of New York.

The initiative aims to streamline the process of HCV detection and treatment by implementing testing protocols during the incarceration intake process. Individuals identified as reactive during initial testing will undergo further assessment and testing.

The program’s innovative approach includes a seamless linkage of care, wherein individuals testing positive for HCV will be promptly referred to community partners for comprehensive treatment and support services. This strategic partnership between health providers and community organizations ensures that every case of HCV is identified and managed effectively.

While initially being piloted in Monroe and Livingston counties, the success of this initiative will see it expand to Orleans and Allegheny counties, then throughout all PCM facilities in New York. By integrating rapid testing into intake procedures and facilitating immediate referrals to community partners, we are taking proactive steps to combat HCV and improve health outcomes across New York State.

The implementation of HCV testing and efficient linkage to care underscores a concerted effort to address public health challenges and enhance the well-being of incarcerated populations and communities throughout the region. Through collaboration and innovation, this initiative sets a precedent for comprehensive health care delivery and disease management strategies.

Thank you to nurses everywhere! View the video here.

Thank You Nurses

Join us at the NCCHC Spring Conference, April 27th – 30th, in St. Louis, MO. Stop by our booth to learn more about what we can offer. We will also be hosting a roundtable presentation April 30th at 7:00 AM on Decompensation in Segregation: The Effects of Solitary Confinement.

NCCHC’s Spring 2024 CorrectCare magazine features our article on The Many Benefits of Accreditation. Accreditation helps correctional facilities fulfill their duty to provide health care to incarcerated individuals, protects against legal challenges, and contributes to a safer and more accountable correctional environment. Achieving NCCHC accreditation demonstrates a commitment to high-quality correctional health care, and overall well-being of incarcerated individuals and staff alike.

The peer-reviewed Nursing Journal has published Understanding Psychosis in their October 2023 issue. This article details the etiology and diagnosis of psychosis and nursing interventions to provide appropriate care.