At NaphCare, we are committed to improving public health in local communities by raising the standard of medical and mental health care
provided for people incarcerated in America’s jails. We are excited for the opportunity to bring our preventive, proactive approach to patient care to four new communities.
NaphCare recently began providing medical and mental health care in the Gwinnett County Jail (Ga.), North Las Vegas Detention Center (Nev.), Roanoke City Jail (Va.) and Rockdale County Jail (Ga.).
"Even in the midst of a pandemic, our team is committed to providing community-standard medical and mental health care to our patients,” said NaphCare CEO Brad McLane. “Expanding our presence across the country means we are able to positively impact even more patients and communities at a time of even greater need."
We believe the patient comes first, which is why NaphCare chooses partners who embody our mission-driven, proactive approach to correctional health care. With our Proactive Care Model, we are able to identify medical and mental health concerns as soon as a person is booked into the jail, allowing our clinical teams to quickly intervene and prevent health emergencies.
"Our mission is centered on improving lives in an environment of respect,” McLane added. “We are grateful to our partners who collaborate closely with us to create a safe environment to positively impact our patients and ultimately support their healthy return to the community.”