Correct Care provides efficient, evidence-based health services and is committed to providing transparency and accountability to our partner agencies.

Our History

Correct Care Australasia was first registered in 1997 as Pacific Shores Healthcare (PSH), a subsidiary of Australasian Correctional Management (ACM) and commenced healthcare delivery at nine public prisons in Victoria on 1 January 1998. In 2004 ACM became known as GEO Australia Pty Ltd. PSH continued unchanged until 2011 when it underwent a name change, resulting from a major corporate restructure and change to ‘GEO Care’.

Correct Care Solutions (CCS) acquired GEO Care in 2014, including its Australian operations. GEO Care Australia then became a part of a division of CCS known as Correct Care Recovery Solutions (CCRS). In January 2015, GEO Care Australia changed its name to Correct Care Australasia to reflect this change in ownership.

Our Organisation Today

Correct Care Australasia provides health services to more than 5,500 men and women at all 13 public prisons, one transition centre in Victoria and the privately operated Ravenhall Correctional Centre. We specialise in providing health services in restrictive environments and strive to provide person-centred care that is sensitive to cultural differences. A range of primary health and mental health services are offered on site, as well as referrals to secondary and tertiary care as appropriate.

Our services include:

  • audiology
  • chronic disease management
  • comprehensive nursing services
  • dentistry and oral healthcare
  • general practitioner
  • health promotion
  • mental health
  • optometry
  • pathology
  • pharmacotherapy
  • pharmacy and medication management
  • physiotherapy
  • podiatry
  • radiology
  • telemedicine.

Our Future

Correct Care Australasia is a forward-focused organisation, continually looking for new opportunities to grow our business and provide high quality health services.

In February 2019 Correct Care looks forward to adding youth justice to its existing services in Victoria by providing primary health services to Victoria’s two youth justice precincts: Malmsbury Youth Justice Precinct and Parkville Youth Justice Precinct.