Brandee Winckel, RN

Regional Manager


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Brandee is a Registered Nurse (RN) who brings a tireless passion for leading, teaching and serving our inmate patients, our teams, and our partner counties with the hands-on support and attention which they need and deserve. Her extensive knowledge of correctional medical and mental health programs and services, including her experience with the CorEMR software system is paramount and a key element to our success over the years. Brandee has served as a Health Services Administrator (HSA) and as a Director of Nursing (DON) for some of the largest County facilities in New Mexico. In her role, she provides floating and fill-in HSA coverage as necessary. Brandee is on-site to transition and train the on-site leadership and healthcare team, as well as the County’s administrative and detention personnel, on an initial and ongoing basis. She will also be focused on compliance and ensuring continuous quality improvement in each of the facilities we proudly serve.

As a Registered Nurse certified in the State of New Mexico, Brandee is thoroughly familiar with the New Mexico Association of Counties Adult Detention Standards, NCCHC, ACA, and New Mexico’s Child Youth and Family (CYFD) accreditation standards of care and she has implemented these standards in several detention facilities over the years.

A tremendous asset to our team, Brandee is passionate about providing compassionate care to our inmate patients, excellence in service and support to our teams, and she is committed to working diligently to ensure our leadership and team members are well-trained and able to perform above state, industry, and community-based standards.

CorrHealth updates.

Read the latest news and events from CorrHealth and the correctional healthcare world.

September 26, 2023

At CorrHealth, our team members are dedicated and work towards providing compassionate and comprehensive healthcare to all our patients. One way we achieve this is with an intake medical screening process. This step is vital when an inmate arrives at a facility. Why is this so important?

September 19, 2023

Amanda Jarman, HSA/RN at Larimer County, Colorado explains, “New nurses want and need to be part of a team. Being a recognized member of the team helps them build confidence in their new careers and opens the door for them to grow!

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CorrHealth is an agent of positive change in the correctional healthcare industry, and we are committed to elevating the industry standard for compassionate, comprehensive inmate healthcare programs and services delivered in safe and secure detention centers of various size and scope throughout Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming.

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