The May issue of the Journal of Oncology Practice features Ramea Bowles, manager of the CompHealth locum tenens medical oncology team in Salt Lake City, discussing the use of locum tenens physicians in oncology practice.
The May issue of LocumLife spotlights Dr. James R. Greenlee, a CompHealth locum tenens provider, in an article about giving locum tenens care to Native Americans.
The May issue of LocumLife spotlights Dr. Ronda Fleck, a CompHealth locum tenens provider who uses her locum tenens assignments as opportunity to visit the local spots.
Locum tenens jobs are giving CompHealth physicians the opportunity to work on their game at several courses across the country.
Remote locations, like the village of Supai, Ariz., are not only difficult to get to, but also challenging to provide healthcare to the people living there. CompHealth locum tenens physicians have the rare opportunity to provide necessary care for Native Americans in these areas.
CompHealth allied health staffing licensing coordinator Andrea Adgate was recently elected to the Saranac Community Board of Education in Saranac, Mich. Andrea was elected to the seven-person board for a four-year term, beginning on July 1.
Utah Business magazine went behind the scenes with Mike Weinholtz and five other Utah executives who shared what they consider the top 10 leadership traits successful leaders need today.
In 2009, we were named one of Fortune magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For. As part of our submission, some employees put together a video to show the culture of CHG. As with any video, nobody's perfect. Good thing the camera was rolling the whole time!
Utah's governor, Gov. Gary R. Herbert, visited the Salt Lake City office to help with the unveiling of CHG's new Learning Center, which will feature sales and employee development training for all CHG Healthcare Services employees.
Jonathan Simon, Weatherby Healthcare's surgery subspecialties division manager, was featured in a LocumLife article about how locums physicians can help solve the shortage of primary care physicians.
As part of a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, members of the CompHealth permanent placement team in Fort Lauderdale enjoyed a costume contest and a St. Patrick’s trivia contest. They also got Perm Pride T-shirts. To make things extra festive, the team honored all those with March birthdays and anniversaries with cake.
A Weatherby Healthcare provider was featured in a LocumLife article, sharing the positive relationship he has with his recruiter.
Creative ideas are working for CHG Healthcare Services to cut costs and save jobs during the economic downturn.
Scott Jeppsen shared how CHG has built a coaching culture with Human Resources IQ. His video presentation is available online.
Taking time to foster a healthy working relationship is important to Weatherby Healthcare physicians and recruiters. With a rigorous verification process, it is essential to have more than just a superficial relationship.