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What kind of health care do ICE detainees get?

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Health Service Corps (IHSC) provides direct care daily to approximately 100,000 detainees housed at 20 designated facilities throughout the nation. The health care provided includes medical, dental and mental health care, and public health services.

What is the mission of ice health services?

"Our mission is simple: to be the best health care delivery system in detention health care and correctional health care, and to safely deliver high quality health care to those in ICE custody." To be the best health care delivery system in detention and correctional health care.

What is it like to work for ice Health Service Corps?

“The ICE Health Service Corps staff comprises the highest caliber of health professionals who have chosen detention health care as a noble and rewarding career,” Smith said. “Our team is second to none.”

What does IHSC do for ice?

IHSC also provides medical case management and oversight for an additional 169,000 detainees housed at approximately 150 non-IHSC-staffed detention facilities daily across the country. In addition, IHSC oversees the financial authorization and payment for off-site specialty and emergency care services for detainees in ICE custody.

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