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Correctional Care Medicine

Correctional care medicine is characterized as a general re-structuring of your life. You work steady day hours Monday through Friday, with call shared among all physicians and midlevels at the unit. Support staff is excellent. Abulatory care with minimal minor surgery (no invasive). Doctors use only emergency meds they are comfortable with. Important to many doctors are the benefits that come with a permanent correctional position. These include but are not limited to the following: Medical Coverage, Dental, Vision Care, Term Life, Dependent Life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment, Short Term Disability (Std), Long Term Disability (Ltd), Long Term Care, excellent retirement plans. flex spending accounts, about 27 days paid-time-off to start.    Although duties vary, most prison jobs are like that of a family doctor.  Emergencies are 911ed out and no invasive procedures.

Correctional Care Dentistry

Correctional care dentistry is generally characterized as dentistry at a comfortable pace, and not taking the job home with you.  Patients per day usually 5-15 patients.  You will be treating pain for the most part.  Procedures include a majority of extractions and fillings. Some organizations do dentures. Multiple reports say that inmates are better patients than the general public. Correctional care is generally viewed as a rewarding experience by dentists. We have never had a temporary dentist refuse to return to correctional care.  Many try it, like it and make it their new career. Hours are day hours Monday thru Friday.  Typically it is your choice of 5 eight hour days or 4 ten hour days.  Compensation for temporary prison work usually pays more than direct hire work.  However permanent positions carry FULL BENEFITS for you and your family.  Medical Coverage, Dental, Vision Care, Term Life, Dependent Life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment, Short Term Disability (Std), Long Term Disability (Ltd), Long Term Care, excellent retirement plans. flex spending accounts, about 27 days paid-time-off to start. 

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LOCUM Physician- El Paso County Jail  
Mon-Fri, 40 hours, 1st shift only, 2-3 month commitment.  Start upon credentialing.  Call now!  972-943-5773.

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ALL JOBS ON THIS PAGE REQUIRE A TEXAS STATE  LICENSE UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED
For questions, additional information, and/or to pursue any job listed, call 972-943-5773
The following characterize correctional PHYSICIAN & MIDLEVEL  jobs:
  • Duties of a family practitioner
  • Abulatory care
  • Emergencies - give first aid then dial 911 (provider does not follow hospitalized patients).
  • Emergency meds - whatever the provider is comfortable with.
  • Patients see one-at-a-time in a large bay.
  • Good salaries: MD/DO 180-200K; NP/PA 83-120K; Psychiatrist 220-225K
  • Comprehensive benefits for provider and immediate family.
  • Relocation packages are $5,000 to $10,000
Locum NP/PA Jobs

> Steady work
> 60-90 day assignments
> Excellent pay
> Expenses paid
> Malpractice provided

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The following characterize correctional DENTIST jobs:
  • Accute care dentistry; treatment of pain
  • Procedures mostly extractions and fillings
  • Salary range 130-150K.
  • Comprehensive benefits for provider and immediate family.
  • Relocation packages $5,000 - $10,000