The work environment is exciting and ever changing, but familiar because we care for many of our patients for many years. The culture requires staff to be aware, alert, and a strong team: Ready at any time for anything.
Nancy James, LPN
Answered by Corizon Health
In the end, walking on eggshells I called 800 number
I ABSOLUTELY Loved this job.Znever a dull momet
Run!!! Sometimes they forget to pay their staff! Management tried to intimidate you if you ask questions about their shady policies.
Horrible Point blank Period.. If you have a family or if you want to live don't work there.. DONs are incompetent no sense of direction inmates are out of control but if you consider yourself low class then this job will be great for you...
The management staff is the worst I have ever work with. The HSA is always treating to fire everybody or to call your current place of employment if your per diem to get you fired(so you will have stay and work for Corizon (
The management staff is the worst I have ever work with. The HSA is always treating to fire everybody. Nurses are over worked. The DON and her staff are incompetent and unprofessional.
It was okay considering it was in a prison
The worse I've ever experienced. No real support but lots of expectations.
Answered - Director of Nursing (Former Employee) - Buckeye, AZ
It is awful. The corrections staff generally dislikes the Corizon health employees because they are not state employees like the officers are. The inmates behave in disgusting ways toward women staff. Management does not care until something really bad happens, and when it does, the yelling at staff starts. Nobody listens to try to prevent any problems. Truly awful place. The turniver is incredibly high.
Answered - Therapist/Counselor (Former Employee) - Tennessee
It is in a county jail so if you are not familiar with that environment it could be challenging.
Answered - LPN (Former Employee) - Punta Gorda, FL