May started working in correctional medicine
during his internal medicine residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, where he accepted an opportunity to moonlight at the Cook County Jail.
Prior to this role, he has held many leadership positions in correctional medicine
over the past 18 years, such as vice president of clinical affairs for a private vendor, regional medical director and site medical director at both adult and juvenile facilities.
an organization that provides emergency department, hospitalist, urgent care, occupational medicine, and correctional medicine
management and staffing services.
He then worked as an emergency medicine physician for 20 years before returning to correctional medicine
in 2002 as a staff physician at Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center.
-- for ACPE members interested in exchanging information about issues and challenges in delivering care in correctional settings.
There are many valid and meaningful criteria that make correctional medicine
a very competitive career choice.
JD, professor and chairman, Department of Surgery, professor and chairman, Division of Correctional Medicine
, professor of public health, Nova Southeastern University-COM, Ft.
Linthicum serves as a task force member for the National Commission on Correctional Health Care, developing clinical practice guidelines and standards for correctional physicians, has co-authored several papers on correctional medicine
, and was a member of the Society of Correctional Physicians' board of directors from 2002-2006.