Ice Health Services Corp

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the ice Health Service Corps?

The ICE Health Service Corps (IHSC) is the only entity in ICE with the responsibility of providing direct patient care. IHSC is made up of a workforce of approximately 1,700 employees that includes U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) Commissioned Corps officers, federal civil servants and contract health professionals.

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 ice integrated health care system (IHSC)?

IHSC’s mission is to manage and provide medical care to maintain the health of individuals in the custody of ICE through an integrated health care delivery system, based on nationally recognized correctional and detention health care standards.

Why ice health systems?

ICE Health Systems is committed to serve the global advancement of patient health care with our cloud-based system by improving work efficiency and generating cost savings. We support professional excellence by providing a platform that is capable of meeting the evolving needs of healthcare professionals.

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