Corizon News

D.C. Council yet again undermines the city’s procurement process
04.20.2015
THE D.C. Council has rejected a Tennessee company’s bid to provide health care at the city’s jail, but the real losers are D.C. citizens. Once again,
Court Rejects SPLC’s Allegations about Polk County Jail
04.20.2015
On April 16th, 2015, a U.S. District Court judge ruled in favor of Polk County Jail in a lawsuit brought by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The judge based his
Statement regarding D.C. City Council’s 6-5 vote to disapprove the contract award
04.14.2015
Statement by Corizon Health regarding the D.C. City Council’s 6-5 vote to disapprove the contract award for correctional healthcare services “It’s unfortunate that the D.C. Council
Letter of Support from Rodney Ballard, Corizon Health Customer
04.13.2015
Rodney Ballard currently serves as a Director in the Community Corrections Division of Lexington Fayette Urban County Government. In his letter to the D.C. Council, he outlines that as
A LETTER TO D.C. COUNCIL CHAIRMAN KENYAN MCDUFFIE
04.02.2015
In a letter to D.C. Council Chairman Kenyan McDuffie, Corizon Health’s Chief Legal Officer, J. Scott King, addresses claims that inmate lawsuits have decreased under the incumbent healthcare
Corizon Health Issues Response to ThinkProgress
03.27.2015
Corizon Health issued the following response to Alice Ollstein of ThinkProgress regarding the D.C. inmate healthcare contract: Your recent article (“Follow The Money: The Murky Ethics In A DC