Medical and Behavioral Health services are provided in the Adult Jail facilities and the Juvenile Justice Center by the Department of Public Health through a contract with Corizon Health. These services are provided seven days a week. The contracted vendor also provides Dental and Optometry services in the facilities.
Main Jail: 1225 "M" Street, Fresno, CA. 93721. Opened in 1989, the Main Jail is a 12-story facility with 6 Floors; maximum population 1064.
North Annex Jail: 1265 "M" Street, Fresno, CA. 93721 Built in 1993, the North Annex Jail is a 3-story facility with 2 floors; maximum population 432.
South Annex Jail: 2280 Fresno Street, Fresno, CA. 93721 Built in 1947, the South Annex Jail consists of 4 floors; maximum population 675.
- Sheriff's Office
- Probation Department
- Institute of Medical Quality
- National Conference on Correctional Health Care
- Title 15
Jail Medical Services provides services 24 hours a day 7 days a week throughout the year. Medical services provided to all inmates entering the Fresno County Jail include Medical/Health screenings by licensed personnel at the time of booking, nursing sick call, clinician sick call, medications, dental services, and lab services.
Jail Medical Services provides sub-acute care for Sheriff's Department jail inmates and Probation Department wards. This care is done on-site at most facilities, by staff that is assigned to them. At the adult facilities over 100,000 sick calls and 40,000 screenings are processed annually. There is 35-bed outpatient holding unit at the Main Jail. At the juvenile facilities 14,500 sick calls and 1,000 screenings are processed annually.