Doing it right in Taos County.

Recruitment and retention are critical concerns in rural communities. Prior to engaging in a contract with CorrHealth, Taos County had worked with several national healthcare providers. In addition, providing quality, ongoing training and support for their health care teams was a crucial missing element that needed to be addressed. CorrHealth partnered with Taos County to provide the support and training their teams needed and has maintained a 98% retention rate in their four-year partnership with no litigation or negative outcomes, while decreasing overall costs for the county.

Recruitment is a challenge in rural counties like Taos County. We are happy to report that we have maintained a 98% retention rate during our time in Taos County and helped the county to decrease costs.

Todd Murphy, CorrHealth President & Co-Founder

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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