Every year we help millions of patients receive healthcare by placing doctors in the communities that need it most. Recently, our CompHealth locum tenens division made a difference in Salt Lake City by placing two providers in downtown's Fourth Street Clinic, a facility that specializes in treating the homeless.
A lot has changed at CompHealth since Celia Dumas started her career at CompHealth locum tenens in 1991. While her titles and teams have also changed, a few things have stayed the same: her drive for growth, her uplifting humor and her unwavering commitment to others.
CompHealth teams make a heartfelt gesture to keep a doctor's spirit alive and support a community in need.
For the past decade Patsy Hoard has nurtured deep relationships with not only her Salt Lake City-based CompHealth teammates but the many physicians who’ve had the pleasure of working with her. Now after a successful career highlighted by good memories and career-long bonds with physicians, Patsy looks toward a new chapter in life — retirement.
“It’s more than just a job,” explains Rachelle Graven, who just celebrated her 20th anniversary at CompHealth. “I’ve been able to tap into the noble purpose of what we do — providing healthcare for people — and it makes coming to work so much easier to see it as a service.” Hear her story.
Monica Schreiber’s brother recommended she apply for a job with CompHealth 20 years ago. She took him up on the advice, and since then has been bringing joy and laughter to the workplace. Hear her story.