Nov. 18, 2011 - CompHealth ranked 4th on Modern Healthcare magazine’s 2011 Best Places to Work in Healthcare list in the Oct. 24, 2011 issue. The article “Top workplaces buckle down, cut loose” includes a list of 100 outstanding employers throughout the country and healthcare industry. CompHealth achieved the honor from high results on in-depth employee surveys, and assessments of company policies and practices, and benefits. “This award recognizes our commitment to our core value— fostering the growth and excellence of our people,” said David Baldridge, group president, CHG Healthcare Services, parent company to CompHealth.
The recognition is one of several recent articles showcasing CompHealth’s excellence in the healthcare staffing industry by being a top supplier of allied health professionals and locum tenens physicians. Here are more examples of media coverage:
Physician’s Money Digest published an article Oct. 24, 2011 including comments by trusted CompHealth advisor Lisa Shock, MHS, PA-C. The article, “Maximizing Physician Assistants in a Practice,” discusses the growth rate in the number of physician assistants in healthcare, and how medical practices can best utilize them.
An article written by trusted CompHealth advisor Lisa Shock, MHS, PA-C, was published Oct. 22, 2011 on advance for NPs & PAs at advanceweb.com. The article “Five Reasons to Work Locum Tenens” tells nurse practitioners and physician assistants why working as a locum tenens is a worthwhile consideration for their career.
Julie Ptak, director of rehab therapy at CompHealth allied health staffing, and Allison Hoehn, OTR/L for CompHealth, discuss the STAR program in the October issue of ADVANCE for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine. The article, “Cancer Crusade; Rhode Island initiates a national movement in rehabilitation,” notes that CompHealth has made the STAR certification accessible to all of its rehab providers. A video about the STAR program also ran on the ADVANCE for Physical Therapy and Rehab Medicine website Oct. 17, 2011.
CompHealth allied healthcare staffing division president Sandra Raehl and CompHealth therapists Anthony Maki and Kristen Wyrwa are quoted in the October 2011 issue of Healthcare Traveler magazine. The article “The Graying of America” covers issues related to the country’s increase in geriatric healthcare demands.
Founded in 1979, CompHealth is the nation’s leading provider of temporary and permanent physician staffing, as well as a leading provider of temporary and permanent allied health staffing. CompHealth prides itself on having the best people to help provide the best healthcare and is also a proud member of the CHG Healthcare Services family of companies, currently ranked No. 27 on FORTUNE magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For.” To learn more about this award-winning company and its service offerings, visit www.comphealth.com, follow us on Twitter: @comphealth, or “like us” on Facebook.