As Global Medical Staffing director Patrick Huff reaches 20 impressive years at CHG Healthcare, we took some time to get to know him a little better. Read on to discover the memories, advice, and more Pat has collected over the past two decades.
In her two decades as part of CHG Healthcare's CompHealth division, senior medical staff services coordinator Kathy Matthews has been described by her peers as positive, professional, responsive, and always one step ahead of the curve.
For Brock Warnick, a physician recruiter for our CompHealth division in Salt Lake City, a previously planned trip to see a football game in Texas turned into something much bigger: A chance to help his home state in a time of crisis.
Since 1992, Darrin Christensen has brought a lot to CHG’s CompHealth division as a physician recruiter, client developer, and even resident photographer. Along with sharing his favorite memories of CHG, we're also sharing a few of his favorite photos he's taken over the last 25 years.
Two decades ago, Stormy Murray was an 18-year-old who had just joined CHG's CompHealth division. Now, she's celebrating her 20th anniversary after years of experiencing relationships, growth and success.
Ten years ago, Dr. Vipul Parekh’s mother passed away after having a stroke. While the event inspired Dr. Parekh to become a neurologist, he regretted never being able to memorialize his mother with members of his family who live all over the globe.
Find out how one of our sales teams gave back to one of our onsite physician assistant and his wife
When Joe Reynolds got back from his church mission to India in 2008, he knew he wanted to make a lasting impact on the country in some way. So, he partnered with the Kaiizen Foundation, a nonprofit that benefits the lives of underprivileged children, to send teens and families to India for service trips.
For 20 years, Annalee Rowley has not only impacted ourCompHealth divisions for the better — she’s also impacted others through her unique humor, compassion for others and perseverance through times of change.
A lot can happen in 7,300 days. For Melissa Kendall, an assignment coordinator with our CompHealth locum tenens division, the past two decades have been filled with change. But one thing has remained constant: her commitment to her CompHealth teammates and providers.