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CHC & CCS Merger Letter to Muscogee Co Prison GA, CHC, 2014
A tOIRECT C:.1.11 IOUITIONI COl.ll'°'NY ccs CORRECT CARE S OL U TIO N S July 23, 2014 Ms. Lucy Sheftall Muscogee County Prison 100 Tenth Street PO Box 1340 Colombus, GA 31901 Dear Ms. Sheftall: Today, Correctional Healthcare Companies (CHC) has formally merged with Correct Care Solutions, LLC (CCS). Since its inception, CCS has developed a reputation for providing the highest quality healthcare services available in a correctional setting. We are known for our relentless focus on our Patients, our People, our Partners and on our Processes. We are a healthcare company that has knowledge, technology and experience second to none in the correctional arena. I believe that by combining with CHC we will further enhance our ability to deliver superior services to our clients and patients. We will maintain the legal names of both companies to allow for a smooth transition with our clients, vendors and stakeholders. We do not intend to change names in the foreseeable future as CHC will operate as a division of CCS. However, we will immediately begin referring to ourselves and doing business as Correct Care Solutions. You will continue to work with the same site personnel, both operational and clinical. There may be some changes at the regional level to increase support, improve operational efficiencies and foster enhanced oversight and management. The facility staff will receive the benefit of being supported by some of the best practitioners and systems in the industry. Of course, current contracts, pricing and services will also remain unchanged. While we will maintain a regional office in Denver, many support services will be provided from our Nashville home office. Over time, in cooperation with our clients, policies and procedures will be integrated to ensure that best practices of the industry are in place. As we work to integrate the two companies, we will keep you updated. I am committed to bringing the best of CHC and CCS's capabilities into our combined company. In the coming days, your regional manager will be contacting you to discuss any questions or concerns you may have. If you have any immediate questions, please· feel free to contact your regional manager or me directly. Thank you again for your business and the responsibility you have entrusted in us. I look forward to a continued, successful partnership. Sincerely, Jorge Dominicis President 1283 Murfreesboro Road Suite £5tY��h,'Mt'¥r,PB�2f • 1-800-592-2974 • 615-324-5750