Our Story

In 2003 CCS was born out of a client’s need for a correctional healthcare solution. Today, CCS employs over 7,000 employees and cares for approximately 250,000 lives in 37 states. Through consumer demand, we have grown into a progressive and customer-oriented leader within the correctional health care field. Our team of skilled professionals are unparalleled within the industry, and we continue to meet our customers’ needs by relying on our vast experience in creating resolutions for the healthcare issues faced by organizations of all sizes. As a community healthcare provider, we offer comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral health services for inmates.

In addition, we do offer the individual service of adjudicating and paying medical bills for some clients. Our success can be directly attributed to our people. We hire the best, train to provide the best care, and retain the best staff through dedicated retention directives. We provide exceptional benefits and invest in each team member’s professional training and long-term career development to sustain excellence. Once we have a good staff member – we make sure they don’t want to leave. Ever. We have a philosophy at CCS that we live by called the Five H’s. It is how we do business – with our clients, our patients, our teammates.

The Five H’s


We have the fire to learn, teach, and grow. We encourage each other and ourselves. Teamwork helps everyone reach their goals from the smallest unit to the company as a whole.


We uphold the highest level of integrity in all our dealings with each other, with clients, and with our patients. Everyone is treated with respect and dignity.


We are willing to outwork and out-think the competition so we remain constant in placing our customers first. We strive for quality in everything we do.


No matter how much success we achieve it’s important to remember not to lose our identity. We maintain our loyalty to our community by being good citizens in the areas that we live and work.


Given the amount of time we put towards our work it is important to have a sense of humor. This allows us to remain passionate and enjoy our work.