The Medical Unit at the Cumberland County Jail provides medical services to inmates through Corizon Health, Inc. A 24-hour on-site service, the Medical Unit provides inmates with physical, mental, and dental health care.
Corizon has been fulfilling the health care needs of correctional institutions for over 35 years. Corizon is accredited through the National commission for Correctional Health Care and have been providing medical care to the inmates of the Cumberland County Jail since November 1, 2001.
Inmates that are on prescription medications prior to arriving at the Cumberland County Jail follow these guidelines:
Medication is provided by the medical unit, do not bring your prescription with you, unless:
You have an unusual and/or rare prescription that is difficult to fill
You will be in the jail for 72 hours or less
All medication will be verified through your pharmacy, and will be given to you as prescribed, and deemed necessary by your health care provider.
Know the name and the telephone number of your pharmacy
No medications will be considered without an active prescription
All medication to be administered at the jail is delivered via a mail order pharmacy
Discussing Medical Issues
Due to HIPAA regulations, inmate medical issues will not be released or discussed. If you have questions, please contact Georgia Wayne, Health Services Administrator.