We are delighted to announce Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. (ACH) has been re-certified as a Great Place to Work® for the second year in a row!
Great Place to Work® has certified our workplace culture based on anonymous employee feedback in their Trust Index® survey. They have updated their review to reflect the information from this year’s survey, you can check it out here: http://reviews.greatplacetowork.com/advanced-correctional-healthcare-inc.
Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. remains the only correctional healthcare company and the only company headquartered in Peoria, IL to receive this award. We are excited to be recognized as leaders in our industry and our local community and look forward to continuing to deliver a higher standard to our patients, clients, and team!
We are excited that our scores increased from 2016 to 2017. In 2017, we jumped to 90% of employees saying that ACH is a Great Place to Work®. We credit such great results to the process of becoming an employer of choice. These surveys, in addition to our annual employee survey, give us a chance to hear what our employees need. We listen carefully to these requests and try to deliver what our team needs which helps us retain our current, talented employees. In addition, becoming a certified Great Place to Work® has enriched our recruiting opportunities. Thanks to the Great Place to Work® certification, we have potential employees reaching out to us and many specifically mentioning the certification made them want to learn more about our company.
We are thrilled to receive this certification for a second year. We look forward to growing as a Great Place to Work® and continuing to announce such great achievements. We are extremely proud of our award-winning corporate culture of which our team and clients can be proud.
Sherri Miller, RN
President & Chief Operations Officer
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We are delighted to announce Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. has been certified as a Great Place to Work®! The Great Place to Work® certification achieved by our team at ACH further solidifies our rich culture.
Great Place to Work® has certified our workplace culture based on employee feedback in the Trust Index® survey. We’ve just published the review they’ve written, you can check it out here: http://reviews.greatplacetowork.com/advanced-correctional-healthcare-inc
Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. is currently the only correctional healthcare company to receive this award and the only company headquartered in Peoria, IL. What an honor!
“We applaud Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. for seeking certification and releasing its employees’ feedback,” said Kim Peters, Vice President of Great Place to Work’s Recognition Program. “These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace – critical metrics that anyone considering working for or doing business with Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. should take into account as an indicator of high performance.”
“According to our study, 84 percent of Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. employees say it is a great workplace,” says Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Great Place to Work’s Senior Editor.
We are thrilled to receive this certification and are proud to have a workplace of which our employees and clients can be proud. We look forward to growing as a Great Place to Work® and look forward to continue announcing such great achievements.
Sherri Miller, President & COO
ACH is making a difference in correctional healthcare. Whether you're a nurse, doctor or mental health professional, you'll find ACH is a challenging and safe career move that provides you with extensive training, the autonomy and recognition you deserve, along with numerous professional development opportunities. Find out why we are the provider of choice in 17 states and at over 250 sites and how we can help you progress in your career. www.advancedch.com/careers
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Dr. Norman R. Johnson and Brenda J. Johnson established Advanced Correctional Healthcare (ACH) in 2002 in order to make the lives of sheriffs and jailers easier. Through reputation and referral, ACH’s clientele quickly grew. In 2007, 2012, and 2013, ACH was listed as one of INC. 5000’s fastest growing healthcare companies. We attribute this honor to our commitment to our clients; while growth is important, we have always prioritized the standard of care.
We are currently proud to serve more than 245 clients across 17 states, impacting the lives of more than 30,000 patients. ACH is responsible for operating healthcare teams in a variety of correctional settings, including county jails, juvenile detention centers, mental health units, city jails for police departments, work release centers, and drug rehabilitation centers such as methadone clinics. To this day, ACH is a Midwest, family company, privately owned and managed by Dr. and Mrs. Johnson.
Our unique approach to inmate medical services is to identify the needs, strengths, and weaknesses of each facility, then develop a customized program using the strengths of both the facility and ACH to provide the highest quality of inmate healthcare possible. Strong client partnerships and open communication are key to a successful program. Solid working relationships with community-based service providers, such as the local hospital, are also critical to working together as a partner in the delivery of healthcare.
Because of our detailed strategic approach, extensive medical experience, economic attitudes, and exceptional outcome statistics, ACH is recognized as a leader in the correctional healthcare field. Unlike other vendors, our company is owned and managed by medical professionals who have worked together for as many as 30 consecutive years. – less