“Dialysis is a field that you either love or hate,” says Deb Burchel, a travel nurse forFoundation Medical Staffing. She's been working in the field for 35 years, and it has enabled her to make a difference to countless people all over the country — and as far away as Syria. See how.
“I don’t like seeing people unhappy,” says Kimberly Del’Valle (Mosley), a payroll manager atRNnetwork in Boca Raton, Fla. “So if there’s any way I can help, I will.” See how Kimberly lives those words and devotes her life to helping others.
“While staying in Kathmandu, an impoverished family invited me to their home for dinner,” recalls Grant Olsen, a copywriter at CHG. “They served me the food, then waited for me to finish so they could eat the leftovers. I asked them to join me, but they insisted on waiting. I was touched by their generosity and heartbroken by their destitute situation — and I made a commitment to help.”
Ten years ago, Jessica Kollman nearly lost her life. She was driving home from the gym and was hit head on by a drunk driver. But this accident actually changed her life for the better. See how.
“When I was 11 years old, I was critically burned in a car accident,” says CHG's Shawn Lamar. “Though I don’t recall many of the details, the support from strangers was tremendous." Hear how this experience shaped his future into a lifetime of giving back.
“As a child, we had a lot of ups and downs,” shares CompHealth's Bre Kotter. Hear how her past struggles led to her dedication to helping others.
“My only sibling was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 19, then again with colon cancer at age 41,” shares Weatherby Healthcare's Lynn Hannon. “Unfortunately, he lost his fight at the young age of 43.” Hear how this experience shaped her life.
Nearly 20 years ago, Brett and his wife, Shannon, drove to the hospital to deliver their baby girl. What happened next changed their life. Hear his story.
Living in the U.S., we might not think twice about how lucky we are — yet there’s a small orphanage in Tembisa, South Africa, where 68-year-old Regina Sekgobela struggles daily to feed more than a dozen orphans she calls her children. Hear how CHG's Sindee Savage stepped in to help.