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Kristy Ann Potter celebrates 20 years at CHG

In 2000, Kristy Ann Potter stepped into an airplane hangar to begin her career at our Weatherby Healthcare division as a medical staff services (MSS) coordinator. At that time, the coordinator role encompassed everything from internal credentialing, external credentialing, and licensing, while operating as a team of five.

“I started with approximately 40 people in the airplane hangar, which included both Weatherby and CompHealth Perm employees and was also here when CHG acquired us,” says Kristy. “That was the icing on the cake!”

Two decades, an additional 136 team members, and a new building later, Kristy is the senior manager of Weatherby’s internal credentialing and compliance team overseeing the internal credentialing and compliance process, online application process for providers, multiple MSS initiatives, and the integration of our new tech company, Modio.

With each passing year and through times of growth and change, one thing was a constant — Kristy’s love for her job and CHG.

“I love what CHG stands for, the passion they have for their people, and the company’s ultimate goal of helping patients live their best lives.”

Learn more about Kristy and her career below.

What is your most memorable moment at CHG so far?

That is a tough because there are SO many! Making the Fortune 100 list at No. 3 in 2013 was incredible and a very proud moment!

What advice do you have for others looking to grow their career?

Be a sponge. Listen to and observe those in higher level positions: how are they speaking, what questions are they asking, how are their outward actions, etc.

What is an interesting fact about you?

I was 10-weeks premature and weighed three pounds when I was born. I spent a month in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit before coming home.

If you had a day to do anything at all, what would you do?

Go to the beach with my husband with plenty of books, music, our kayaks, and a full cooler.

If you could share a meal with any three people, living or dead, who would they be and why?

My three grandparents that have passed away. They all made a huge impact in my life growing up, and I would love for them to see my life now.

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About the author

Kelly Madey

Kelly Madey is a communications specialist at CHG Healthcare. When she’s not writing about CHG’s people and culture, she can be found empowering women in her community as a barre instructor.

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