Name: Travis DuffeyJob title: Provider representative at CompHealth allied health staffing in Salt Lake City, Utah Years with CHG: Eight glorious years What is your favorite part about working at CHG? The people I work with, after eight years, CHG is part of my extended family. What is your most memorable experience at CHG? Probably when CompHealth operations manager Brad Hopkin drank five Red Bulls in less than one minute during Employee Appreciation Week. If someone asked you what you do, how would you answer them? I work for the No. 1 healthcare recruiting company in the nation. I get paid to solve problems. Why did you choose to work at CHG? I had a close friend who worked at CHG, and he kept telling me about the environment and culture. I had to interview. How do you feel you embody CHG's core value of Quality and Professionalism ‚Äî or how have you seen it in action at work? Quality and Professionalism is extremely important to me since my providers represent not only CHG but myself. When it comes to screening new candidates, I hold myself accountable to ask the right questions to ensure we are working with the right individual that best serves our client. How do you know that your work at CHG matters? That's easy, the numbers don't lie. We help provide more and more healthcare providers every year to facilities that are understaffed in order for them to deliver the proper medical attention. What do you like to do when you aren't at work? CrossFit, it's kinda my new thing, and the wife appreciates it (apart from hanging with my son, Knox). What is your hidden talent? I can walk on my hands. If you could choose your last meal, what would it be? Prime rib and then I'd wash it down with a nice, cool Budweiser. What five things would you take to a deserted island? Beef jerky, iPhone, sunblock, my Ray-Bans and probably some dumbbells in case I need a good pump on the beach. In a movie about your life, who would you choose to star as you? Marky Mark Wahlberg, because he's got the "good vibrations."