For Jimmy Harbison, placing manager¬†at CompHealth locum tenens in Salt Lake City, Utah, an average day's work involves interacting with positive people, building up his team members and helping communities access the healthcare they need. In other words, it is all about making a difference.
"When I hear the stories about the difference that our providers make when they are working locum tenens assignments, it makes me feel that our jobs¬†at CHG make a difference," Jimmy says. "I am also passionate about mentoring and coaching the members of our team. I do what I can to make a little difference in their day, whether it is in a coaching session, hearing something that I did positively and incorporating that into their daily routine or just asking how their day is going. The people that I deal with truly are the best part of my job."
Jimmy, who started working at CHG in October 2008, is preparing to lead the subspecialties I team when MaShel West, operations manager for the subspecialties I team, goes on maternity leave.
"I am nervous and excited all at once to move into this role," Jimmy says. "I know that I have the support and guidance of the leadership team here at CHG to help me be successful in my new role."
Read more about Jimmy's experiences and the many leaders who have helped him grow at CHG.
The moment that I started working for CHG, I noticed that there was something different about this company. The culture was extremely positive and I knew I made the right choice in joining this organization. I have had the privilege of working with fantastic people through my years at CHG and have always felt like my success was at the top of their list. Whether it was the veteran employees helping me when I first started on the team, or the leaders that guided me throughout my time with CHG, I never felt alone or unsupported.
Alisa Horton, manager of operations for the emergency medicine team, and Annalee Rowley, placing manager of the anesthesiology team, were my leaders when I first started working for CHG. They really molded me and helped to build core values that have made me successful in the positions that I have held at CHG.
When I moved to subspecialties II, I started working with MaShel, who helped guide me when I started in a new role on a new team. MaShel has worked with me in learning how CHG leadership works and mentored me over the past 19 months. She never stopped pushing me to be the best that I can be, and I am so grateful to have her as my leader.
I have worked with Wendy Barton, CompHealth locum tenens director, since starting at CHG and through countless one-on-ones and conversations with her, she has helped me to mold my path here at CHG. Wendy has been supportive of my goals, both personally and professionally through the years, and has never stopped supporting me. I am looking forward to working with her in my new leadership role here at CHG.
Everyone is willing to help out when needed and have been very supportive in my time working at CHG. The culture here at CHG is like no other; Putting People First is truly the CHG way, and I can't imagine being anywhere else. I love this company!
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