Centurion Selected To Provide Comprehensive Correctional Healthcare In Florida
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Centene Corporation (NYSE: CNC) today announced that Centurion of Florida, LLC (“Centurion”), a joint venture between Centene Corporation and MHM Services, Inc., has reached a formal agreement to provide correctional healthcare services for the Florida Department of Corrections in Regions 1, 2 and 3.
Per available official documents, Floridians have likely just been subjected to another smoke’n’mirrors sellout, which our legislature and governor specialize in (as almost simultaneously demonstrated by cementing Julie Jones’ appointment as Florida corrections secretary, despite her ability to generate only spin, not change, while Florida prisons remain quite deadly).
The documents from Sunbiz indicate that Centurion of Florida LLC has no clear relationship with Centene and/or MHM Services, Inc, despite the article quoted above. The documents instead indicate that Centurion of Florida has a relationship with C T Corporation System and The Corporation Company. Lest you think the documents aren’t related – because of the convoluted references – please note the address that appears on both the five-page Centurion of Florida LLC registration and C T Corporation’s one-page 2015 Foreign Profit Corporation Annual Report: 1200 South Pine Island Road, Plantation, Florida.
I’ve not seen a corporation described as Foreign Profit on Sunbiz before. But I see something new here in the Sunshine State almost every day, without trying, mostly about congealed corruption and corpses of Floridians who were too young to die.
I’m a disabled decorator, not Florida’s corrections secretary (nor a legislator, nor a reporter). It’s not my job to ferret out Centene’s dirty laundry. So I’ll stop here, with this securities fraud tidbit, and leave it to my fellow Floridians to spread the word.