Practice care the way you've always wanted
Our nurse jobs in corrections, psychiatric hospitals and other public healthcare environments give you the ability to treat patients who typically go without any access to health care. For patients that reside in a correctional or psychiatric hospital environment, the care you provide may be the only friendly, compassionate and non-judgmental interaction they encounter in their day. The result is that our patients are incredibly appreciative of your work and you can take pride in the care you provide. Our nursing jobs allow you to spend less time on documentation and paperwork than in most other healthcare environments, and more time to focus on doing what is right for the patient.
Gain responsive support and feedback
In addition to an autonomous workplace, you also gain supportive relationships with Clinical Support, Medical Directors and Providers. Whether you need help caring for a patient, treatment feedback or access to professional development, you can count on your team members at CCS.
Our nurses bring knowledge and skills from areas such as correctional care, ambulatory care, emergency room, acute care, chronic care, pediatrics, infirmary care and more. You will have autonomy when caring for patients and you will use your strong assessment skills to quickly identify risk factors and provide quality patient care. When you do need help or guidance, an experienced professional will be there to support you.
Interested in learning about correctional nursing jobs? Click here to read a great article about one nurse's experience in discovering — and loving — her correctional nursing job!
Hear from our team
"CCS is a company who understands they are successful because their employees who are their success. I see it for myself everyday. "SERVE OUR PATIENTS. GROW YOURSELF. " This company invest in the employees. Career longevity lives at CCS."
- Regional Clinical Operations Specialist
I had never worked in correctional healthcare before and was always intrigued by it. Received this opportunity and have been very satisfied with my employment.
This company knows correctional medicine. There are protocols in place for almost everything, and if you follow them, you will have the best possible outcome for your patients while reducing liability. This company is years ahead of the competition in research and trends and they are forward thinking about solutions before problems even arise. I feel appreciated as an employee and I know that following their protocols is practicing good nursing. This company will give you the resources to learn correctional nursing and teach you how to apply them. Yes, they are large but they are helpful and I know exactly who to go to when I need answers.
- Clinical Coordinator
"Many people willing to help you learn your position. A lot of resources. Room for growth with the company. Help with every question I have had."