Federal Medical Center Devens
Federal Medical Center, Devens (FMC Devens) is a renowned United States federal prison located in Ayer, Massachusetts. It serves as a specialized facility for male inmates requiring long-term medical care and treatment. With its commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare services and maintaining security, FMC Devens plays a crucial role in the correctional system.
Established in 1994, FMC Devens was designed to meet the unique needs of inmates with significant medical requirements. The facility is part of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) system and has since gained a reputation for its exceptional healthcare standards and progressive approach to inmate rehabilitation.
It is home to a population of approximately 1,092 inmates. The facility houses both administrative security inmates and those requiring specialized medical attention. The inmate population at FMC Devens consists exclusively of male offenders.
Visitation plays an essential role in maintaining social connections and supporting inmate reintegration. While specific details may vary, general visiting hours at FMC Devens usually take place on Sundays from 8:30 AM onwards. Friends and family members can consult the official Federal Bureau of Prisons website or contact the facility directly for the most up-to-date visitation information.
For further information about the Federal Medical Center, Devens, including inmate records search and visitation details, individuals can refer to the official website of the Federal Bureau of Prisons or utilize online inmate search platforms specific to the state of Massachusetts.
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