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Physician Services

Pamela Rollings-Mazza, MD, RN, CCHP

Chief Medical Officer

Enhancing Lives Through Exceptional Care

Ensuring access to proper health care is a fundamental human right, and is both an ethical and legal obligation. Addressing medical issues contributes to the overall well-being and health of patients, and our proactive approach is preventative, minimizing the escalation of health conditions that can lead to serious consequences. Managing and treating medical issues within correctional settings is essential for public health, preventing the spread of contagious diseases among patients and staff. By addressing medical issues, correctional facilities promote a humane and rehabilitative environment, recognizing the importance of health care in preparing individuals for successful reintegration into society.

Our skilled medical professionals are experienced in correctional health care to effectively manage the prevalence of chronic illnesses, infectious diseases, injuries, and emergent conditions.


Doctors capable of evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for patients with complex and challenging medical conditions.

Mid-level Providers

Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants to provide exceptional health care.

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there is the prevalence of chronic health conditions among incarcerated individuals. These conditions can range from asthma and diabetes to hypertension and heart-related issues, emphasizing the complex health care needs within the incarcerated population that require ongoing management and treatment. PrimeCare Medical’s skilled medical professionals effectively manage these chronic illnesses.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes the prevalence of certain infectious diseases, such as HIV and hepatitis, is higher among incarcerated individuals compared to the general population. The CDC estimates that around 14% of people living with HIV in the United States pass through a correctional facility each year, highlighting the need for robust and accessible healthcare services, including screenings and treatments, within jails and prisons to address these public health concerns. PrimeCare Medical’s  skilled medical professionals effectively manage these infectious diseases.

Make A Difference

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