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MTC Medical: Keeping Offenders Healthy

Providing quality healthcare to offenders and detainees

MTC Medical provides quality medical, dental, and mental-health services to inmates and detainees. It’s made a big difference in the lives of incarcerated individuals who are working hard to turn over a new leaf.

“MTC Medical staff saved my life…the MTC staff at Taft went above and beyond the call of duty! I was shocked by everyone’s kindness and concern. I truly believe that the concern of everyone here saved my life even when I did not understand how serious my condition was.” ~ Erick Halkier, Inmate, Taft Correctional Institution

Caring for offenders since 2005

MTC Medical provides nearly 15,000 men and women at 7 correctional facilities and four detention centers with prompt, professional, quality health and dental care. MTC’s certified doctors and high-level nurses provide excellent care and promote healthy lifestyles. Patients seen by MTC Medical staff are grateful for the prompt and caring service they receive.

The MTC Impact in 2018

  • 24,688 dental evaluations to ensure appropriate dental treatment
  • 32,336 comprehensive mental health assessments to identify and address patients’ needs
  • 71,424 diagnostic physical examinations to assist in the promotion of overall health and wellness

 

MTC healthcare experts provide care to offenders and detainees at all levels of supervision and management for clients including the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, U.S. Marshals Service, and state departments of corrections. Our quality of service is based on:

  • Skilled management team
  • Highly experienced and engaged physicians and on-site medical staff
  • Cost-effective care
  • Sophisticated data management systems

“The medical department is one of the best that I have been to as an inmate in a prison setting. They treat you as a person… rather than a number by calling you by your last name. [The] medical department responds quickly to medical problems that inmates encounter while housed here…” ~ Richard Glascoe – resident at Otero County Prison Facility

Arizona State Prison – Marana
(AZ) (513) ACA, NCCHC

El Valle Detention Facility
(TX) (1,000)

Gadsden Correctional Facility
(FL) (1,633) ACA

Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility
(TX) (2,063) ACA, TJC

IAH Detention Center
(TX) (1,061) ACA

Imperial Regional Detention Facility
(CA) (782) ACA, NCCHC

North Central Correctional Complex
(OH) (2,852)

Otero County Prison Facility
(NM) (1,420) ACA

Otero County Processing Center
(NM) (1,089) ACA

Putnam County Jail
(FL) (448) NCCHC

Taft Correctional Instuitution
(CA) (2,500) ACA, TJC

Willacy County Regional Detention Facility
(TX) (568) ACA, NCCHC

Accreditations:
ACA = American Correctional Association
TJC = The Joint Commission
NCCHC = National Commission on Correctional Health Care