Mary Zold, LCSW, CCHP

Director of Operations


Get a good idea and stay with it. Dog it, and work at it until it’s done right.

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Mary brings 25 years of experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) to CorrHealth, functioning as CorrHealth’s Director of Operations. Prior to joining CorrHealth, Mary led other inmate health organizations as Regional Manager of Clinical Services and a Correctional Mental Health Manager providing management oversight and direct clinical services to County detention facilities in New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, and throughout the southwest. In these roles, Mary has served 10 New Mexico county partners. Mary also worked as the interim Mental Health Director in two correctional facilities. She has effectively and successfully managed HSAs, clinical personnel, and worked closely with several Detention Administrators. She provided mental health training to medical staff and security, she was responsible for clinical oversight, implementation of startup programs and services, recruitment of mental health personnel, and quality assurance (QA) monitoring of behavioral health programs.

Mary is proud to be a New Mexico native and she resides in Albuquerque. Mary is incredibly hands-on and proactive, as she visits our teams and our sites on a weekly basis and can respond to any concern at any of our sites within a matter of hours. She will be onsite often and will serve as a ready resource to assist with the implementation of both the mental health and medical programs and be a resource for services. Mary is CorrHealth’s heartbeat in New Mexico, a tremendous asset to our teams and our sites system-wide.

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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