The State of Connecticut Department of Correction is seeking Connecticut Board Certified Physicians
We Invite You to Explore This Rare Career Opportunity
WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
The Connecticut Department of Correction’s Medical Group has a number of unique physician opportunities. The Department’s health care delivery system provides quality care to a largely underserved population. The Department is seeking physicians that are looking to work in a dynamic and rewarding environment and who have a passion to help the underserved and manage the populations' health care consistent with the community to join its strong provider team.
The roles are M-F first shift hours, no nights/weekends/holidays, paid time off, NO CALL, full state benefits, and a retirement after 25 years of service! The Department has multiple facilities located throughout the state. We are looking for Connecticut board certified providers in internal medicine, family medicine, infectious disease, psychiatry or other related specialties to join and enhance our team of acute and chronic primary care experts.
Connecticut board certified physicians interested in Per diem assignments are also encouraged to submit a résuméor CV
Online application and position postings are available by clicking the link below.
Should you have questions pertaining to this recruitment or any medical positions within the Department of Correction, please contact Human Resources Specialist Patrick Pathammavong at (860) 692-6805 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested respondents may send a résumé or CV to;
Deep broad-based knowledge of health care delivery systems and various methods of treatment, types of programs and services available.
Considerable knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of medicine; ideally in the context of the diagnosis and treatment of offenders/patients.
Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication and organizational skills.
WHO WE ARE:
The Connecticut Department of Correction (DOC) is a unified system; all unsentenced and sentenced offenders are supervised by the DOC. The Department also provides supervision for offenders on parole, community release and other discretionary release programs.
The 700 employees in our health services functions provide all primary aspects of healthcare to over 13,000 members of the inmate population. This care includes general medical, diagnostic, dental and mental health. We collaborate with community resources including hospitals, clinics and transitional centers to ensure that patients receive coordinated and appropriate care.
We are a diverse agency with a wide variety of employees from correction officers, to educators to managers and skilled professionals. We value the differences that make us stronger as a team and support our mission statement:
The Department of Correction shall strive to be a global leader in progressive correctional practices and partnered re-entry initiatives to support responsive evidence-based practices aligned to law-abiding and accountable behaviors. Safety and security shall be a priority component of this responsibility as it pertains to staff, victims, citizens and offenders.