Corizon, a Tennessee-based company, agreed to pay $1.7 million in a settlement agreement for a class-action suit over hernia care while it was providing healthcare for Florida inmates. The company is no longer the healthcare provider for Florida prisons.
Corizon, a Tennessee-based company, agreed to pay $1.7 million in a settlement agreement for a class-action suit over hernia care while it was providing healthcare for Florida inmates. The company is no longer the healthcare provider for Florida prisons. TRIPPLAAR KRISTOFFER/SIPA Sipa USA via AP
Corizon, a Tennessee-based company, agreed to pay $1.7 million in a settlement agreement for a class-action suit over hernia care while it was providing healthcare for Florida inmates. The company is no longer the healthcare provider for Florida prisons. TRIPPLAAR KRISTOFFER/SIPA Sipa USA via AP

State, former healthcare provider agree to settle suit over prisoners’ untreated hernias

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