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Careers at PrimeCare Medical

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.

Correctional health care provides a challenging and exciting world of opportunities for medical, nursing, and behavioral health professionals, and PrimeCare Medical believes in offering a competitive compensation and benefits package to their employees. Standard benefits for full-time employees include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability options, Generous PTO, 401k with match, and a Tuition Reimbursement Program.

You can find our health plan’s in-network and out-of-network rate disclosures as required under the Transparency in Coverage regulations by clicking here.


Our values and culture are embedded in everything we do

Our values and culture of excellence extend to the careers we offer.  This is more than just treating patients. We are looking for passioned advocates that embrace a holistic and preventative approach to patient care of an underserved population. Our skilled professionals choose to be here and understand our individuality comprises a successful team. We are making a difference – changing the way health care is delivered and transforming lives.

Everyone has the Right to Work

We participate in E-Verify

Equal Opportunity

PrimeCare Medical provides equal employment and promotion opportunities to all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, ancestry, gender and identity, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, or disability. We strive to be diverse, inclusive, and culturally sensitive.

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Is working in corrections safe?

Yes. Safety is maintained through stringent protocols, specialized training, and collaboration with security personnel. While the environment may present unique risks due to the nature of the population served, including the potential for violence or exposure to infectious diseases, facilities prioritize safety measures such as controlled access, staff training in conflict resolution, and adherence to health care protocols. The emphasis on security, coupled with health care expertise and support systems, aims to mitigate risks and create a safer working environment for health care professionals in correctional settings.

What are the biggest challenges of providing health care in a correctional setting?

The most significant challenges of providing health care in a correctional setting often revolve around addressing complex medical and mental health needs within a confined and high-stress environment. These challenges include managing chronic diseases exacerbated by incarceration, addressing mental health conditions and substance abuse issues, navigating limited resources and infrastructure, balancing security concerns with patient care, and dealing with a population that might mistrust or resist medical treatment due to various reasons, including past experiences or lack of access to health care.

What support systems are available for health care staff dealing with challenging situations?

Correctional health care staff have access to various support systems to navigate challenging situations. These include specialized training programs addressing conflict resolution, de-escalation techniques, and handling medical emergencies in a correctional environment. Additionally, mental health support, counseling services, and debriefing sessions are available when necessary to help staff cope with stress, trauma, or emotional challenges that arise while providing care. A Health Services Administrator and Regional Manager are available 24/7 ensuring staff can seek assistance or guidance promptly when facing difficult situations.

How is collaboration between health care professionals and correctional staff fostered to ensure comprehensive care for incarcerated individuals?

Collaboration between health care professionals and correctional staff is fostered through regular communication, interdisciplinary meetings, and shared protocols to ensure comprehensive care for incarcerated individuals. Training sessions allow both health care and correctional staff to understand each other’s roles, challenges, and priorities, facilitating a cohesive approach to addressing inmate health needs while maintaining security. Establishing clear lines of communication and mutual respect between these groups enables effective coordination in managing medical emergencies, adhering to treatment plans, and implementing preventive health care measures within the correctional environment.

What values or qualities do successful health care professionals in correctional settings embody?

Successful health care professionals in correctional settings embody adaptability, empathy, resilience, and strong communication skills. Adaptability is crucial due to the diverse health care needs and challenging environment. Empathy helps in understanding and addressing the complex medical, mental health, and social needs of incarcerated individuals. Resilience enables health care professionals to navigate the unique stressors and potential adversities they might encounter. Strong communication skills are essential for collaborating with both health care and correctional staff, as well as effectively engaging with the incarcerated population to provide comprehensive care while maintaining security protocols.

What opportunities exist for professional growth?

Professional growth opportunities in correctional health care encompass diverse avenues, including specialized training in correctional medicine, certifications in correctional health care, and continuing education programs focusing on topics such as mental health, substance abuse treatment, infectious diseases, and trauma-informed care. Additionally, advancement within PrimeCare Medical, Inc. includes roles in leadership, administration, and educator opportunities. Collaboration with interdisciplinary teams, involvement in research initiatives, and networking with professionals in related fields also offer avenues for skill enhancement and career development.

How can I learn more?

Send your resumé to or call 800-245-7277 and ask to speak with a recruiter.

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Send your resumé to or call 800-245-7277 and ask to speak with a recruiter.