CFG Health Systems, LLC (CFG) has a solid infrastructure and business support management team that has years of experience in healthcare.


varrellJames R. Varrell, MD

Medical Director and President

The founder and Medical Director of CFG Health Systems, LLC, Dr. Varrell is American Board certified in Psychiatry and Neurology, and certified in American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Varrell has the ability to think outside the box in a way that brings success to the projects in which he becomes involved. He displays his creative abilities, great dependability and effective skills in psychiatry through his development and implementation of mental health treatment systems to numerous individuals, families and organizations. Dr. Varrell has an extensive background in child and adolescent psychiatry. His continuing success is easily seen through his development and implementation of psychiatric treatment systems through inpatient psychiatric units, hospitals and residential facilities, acute settings in correctional facilities, (adult and juvenile), as well as in school systems. He is widely known and recommended through out New Jersey and is greatly respected for his talent as a psychiatrist and entrepreneur. Dr. Varrell is responsible for monitoring the quality of medical and health services for all of CFG Health System’s contracts. Departmental activities include physician liaison with other medical professionals, utilization management, continuing medication education and management of our quality improvement program. He actively participates in the establishment of protocols, clinical policies and audit activities.


Denise R. Rahaman, NEA-BC, MBA, BSN, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A

Executive Director of Correctional Services

Mrs. Rahaman is a program administrator with considerable senior management experience in correctional, military and general healthcare facilities. Developed throughout her over 30-year career in health services, Mrs. Rahaman has gained valuable experience and excellent practice in turning around poorly-run facilities through rigorous applied management techniques. While adept at identifying system failures, Mrs. Rahaman’s true specialty lies in instituting the change necessary to make failing or flagging institutions successful by implementing replacement systems that enhance operations in all areas – from program management to budget control to policy development to motivational efforts. She comes to us from UMDNJ/UCHC where she was the Statewide Regional Manager in the role of assisting the Nurse Administrator in the management of healthcare for the NJDOC facilities.. Prior to that, she worked as a correctional healthcare manager for CMS and MHM managing both medical and mental health programs in prisons and jails. She has also worked in the VA system as a nurse manager and served in the US Air Force as a Nurse Manager, Flight Nurse Instructor and evaluator.

Mrs. Rahaman received her undergraduate degree in Nursing from SUNY at Buffalo, her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Boston University and a post master’s certificate in Nursing Administration from Villanova University. She is a member of the Nurse Advisory Committee for the Education Committee and volunteers as an accreditation surveyor for NCCHC.


james-javon neaJames Javon Neal, MD, FACP, CCHP

Medical Director

Dr. Neal has over 28 years of corporate medical experience. He serves as a Medical Executive with public health. He is committed to the concepts of team management and staff empowerment in public health, in clinical research, and in healthcare. He is a manager with broad-based, culturally sensitive operations skills developed through years of work in urban New York City, Australia, the South Pacific, and the Far East. He has served as a Correctional Health Care Consultant providing technical assistance with clinical systems development, program evaluations, interpretation and implementation of services as stipulated by regulatory and oversight agencies for jails and prison facilities. Dr. Neal is American Board certified in Internal Medicine and is affiliated with the National and American Medical Association. Dr. Neal has significant experience in obtaining NCCHC and ACA accreditations over his years of experience.


Dennis H. Sandrock, PhD, CCHP-MH

Mental Health Director for Corrections

Dr. Sandrock is a licensed psychologist who has worked full time in correctional settings since 1996. He has provided direct clinical care and supervision in both jails and prisons, and has worked full time with CFG since 2000.  He has managed and supervised inpatient and outpatient treatment in a variety of correctional settings and has experience in working and operating under a consent decree.  Dr. Sandrock has specific experience in treating mentally ill offenders in many settings including restrictive housing; and he has performed risk assessments on inmates to predict the risk of future violence and sexual re-offense. He is a certified police trainer under the NJ Police Training Commission and has also been involved in pre-employment assessments for law enforcement personnel, as well as providing training to law enforcement staff in suicide prevention and the management of mentally ill offenders.


Keith Dunoff, DMD

Director of Dental Services

Dr. Dunoff comes to CFG bringing a wealth of dental practice expertise and practice management experience. Dr. Dunoff is the Corporate Dental Director for CFG’s Dental Correctional Care, PLLC and CFG Dental Services, LLC. Dr. Dunoff developed a mobile dental group that services non-traditional patients, which led him to carry his expertise and skills over to dental correctional care. A 1984 graduate of the University Of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Dunoff completed a General Practice Residency Program at the Virtua Health System (West Jersey Health) in Camden, New Jersey in 1985. Dr. Dunoff is licensed to practice Dentistry in the State of New Jersey, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and New York State. Dr. Dunoff has a clinical appointment as Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine where he teaches restorative dentistry weekly. Dr. Dunoff is a member of many professional organizations including the American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association, Special Care Dentistry Association, and the Academy of General Dentistry.



Director of Operations

Brian Murphy is a Certified Correctional Healthcare Professional (CCHP) with 15 years of experience in the Correctional Healthcare industry. Throughout his extensive career, he has held positions in quality improvement, health services administration, and program compliance. As a compliance reviewer, he served as the subject matter expert evaluating federal medical programs for the 122 federal facilities nationwide. Locally, he has served as the Health Services Administrator (HSA) for correctional facilities in Fairton, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Murphy also maintains certification as a Health Services Administrator through the American Correctional Association.


Madaline Bell, RHIM, CCHP

Regional Director

Madaline Bell is a seasoned correctional healthcare administrator who has decades of experience as a Health Service Administrator (HSA) And Regional Director in Prisons and Jails. She served as the Health Services Administrator in the two largest jails in New Jersey and the Philadelphia Prison System, the jail system for the city of Philadelphia. She is currently the Regional Director for the Essex County Correctional Facility, the largest jail in New Jersey.
In her roles, Ms. Bell has had responsibility for Recruitment, hiring and retention of staff, fiscal management, day-to-day operational oversight to include preparation for numerous audits and surveys inclusive of NCCHC, ACA, PBNDS, Nakamoto and NJDOC inspections.


Karen Newell, RN, CCHP

Regional Director

Karen Newell has been a Registered Nurse for 25+ years and has worked in many specialties throughout many hospital systems within the United States and when she served in the United States Air Force. She is well versed in Joint Commission, DNV, PCMH, and NIAHO/ISO standards. She is Disney Customer Service Trained and LEAN Certified.

Karen Newell has functioned as the Health Service Administrator at Camden County Corrections in Camden, NJ. As the HSA at Camden, Ms. Newell led the facility through a successful NCCHC accreditation, ensuring that all standards were in compliance through continuous monitoring and coaching. In partnership with the jail administration, she worked on implementing all policies and procedures necessary to operate and enhance Camden’s robust Medication Assisted Treatment Program. Ms. Newell has been recognized as a natural leader by both CFG and Jail administration as is evidenced by her promotion to Regional Director.


Christa Bogan, RN

Regional Director

Ms. Bogan is a bachelor’s prepared registered nurse with a diverse background in healthcare. Throughout her career, she has held positions in women and child health, addiction medicine, nurse educator, and health services administration. As a health services administrator she managed and ensured compliance with two Department of Justice consent decrees all while transforming the healthcare program of her medical department in Cumberland County, New Jersey. Presently, she is obtaining her Masters of Science in Nursing at Walden University with a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner.