The Making a Difference Foundation supports the passions of doctors and CHG employees who give back. Learn about the impact they had in 2022.
Category - Making a Difference
CHG Healthcare’s commitment to our communities is at the core of what we do. Learn how our community impact program helps our employees give back.
Putting People First isn’t just about employees taking care of each other, it’s about paying it forward in the communities where we live.
CHG Healthcare empowers employees to make a difference by giving them paid volunteer time off to participate in a cause they’re passionate about.
STEM is for girls. Getting them to believe that is an obstacle CHG employees are working to help overcome by volunteering their time.
Many employees across our CHG Healthcare family of companies used the holidays as a way to give back to those less fortunate. See how.
As part of the healthcare system, CHG's highest priority is ensuring the health and safety of our people, our customers, and our communities.
CHG Healthcare's employees live our making a difference purpose. Here are two ways our people are helping the disabled.
Two CHG Healthcare employees go to great lengths to help cure cancer through education and fundraising. Here are their inspiring stories.
CHG and it's companies provides opportunity for doctor to care for patients in the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CHG Healthcare offers its people paid volunteer time off to give back to organizations they're passionate about. These are their stories.
CHG is in the business of putting the well-being of providers first. Here are three ways CHG and our people are supporting them during this unprecedented time.
With the country reeling from the pandemic, the Making a Difference Foundation provided COVID-19 relief grants where it mattered most.
RNnetwork travel nurse finds solace and friendship while caring for members of the Navajo Nation during the coronavirus pandemic.
An employee was overcome with emotion when she discovered a nurse, placed by someone she personally trained at RNnetwork, was caring for her mom undergoing cancer treatment.