I see about 8 to 12 inmates a day. They come to my office about every half hour to 45 minutes. There’s a custody officer right in front of the clinic and he’ll say on the PA, “Joe Smith, report to C quad Psych Services at this time.” The officer pats them down to make sure they don’t have any weapons, and I usually meet them at the door and walk them into the office.
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