By Aziza Jackson
MORGANTOWN, W.Va — Seven Corners Inc., an international travel insurance and specialty benefit management company, recently announced that it was selected by the Federal Bureau of Prisons to become the new Comprehensive Medical Services contractor for inmates housed at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Morgantown, W.Va. This new five-year contract will begin Jan. 1, 2019 and will continue until 2024. Seven Corners will provide off-site health care services and manage provider relationships for the federal correctional institution. FCI Morgantown houses approximately 950 male inmates daily and is one of six federal prisons in the state of West Virginia.
Since its inception in 1993, Seven Corners has grown to service more than one million customers each year including international travelers, federal inmates, U.S. government agencies, corporations, foreign governments and insurance companies. With the addition of FCI Morgantown, Seven Corners services more than 25,000 federal inmates nationwide.
“We’re proud to announce our partnership with the Federal Correctional Institution in Morgantown,” said Justin Tysdal, CEO of Seven Corners. “Thanks to our amazing network of care providers and the Seven Corners Bureau of Prisons management team, the male inmates at FCI Morgantown will soon begin receiving the best health care services available.”
In addition to being a top network provider for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Seven Corners is also a member of the U.S. Travel Insurance Association (UStiA) and is an A+ rated Better Business Bureau accredited company. The company was also named one of the top travel insurance companies for 2018. For more information about Seven Corners and their Bureau of Prison services, visit SevenCorners.com/gov.
Founded in 1993, Seven Corners, Inc. is a service-focused international travel insurance and specialty benefit management company. Based in Carmel, Ind., and serving a global market, Seven Corners offers a wide variety of customized travel solutions to international travelers, agencies of the U.S. government, corporations, foreign governments and various types of insurance companies.