Comprehensive Health Systems, Inc., is established in Salt Lake City, Utah, as the first national locum tenens provider.
Comprehensive Health Systems, Inc., changes its name to CompHealth, Inc.
CompHealth opens a second office in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Mike Weinholtz becomes president and CEO.
CompHealth opens offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Norwalk, Connecticut.
To more accurately reflect the diverse group of services now under the corporate umbrella, parent company CHG Healthcare Services comes into being.
CompHealth continues as the largest and most comprehensive member of the CHG family, which now also includes Weatherby Healthcare, RNnetwork, and Foundation Medical Staffing.
CompHealth moves its headquarters into a beautiful, new, office building near Big Cottonwood Canyon in Salt Lake City, Utah. It continues to have offices in Grand Rapids, Fort Lauderdale, and Norwalk.
For the next two years, CompHealth successfully navigates its way through the country’s economic downturn and continues to grow.
CompHealth celebrates 30 years in business.
CompHealth earns the Inavero Best of Staffing Client award. Conducted by research firm Inavero, the Best of Staffing award shows how highly our clients value the services we provide to them. We have continued to earn this award every year.
Melissa Byington is named president of CompHealth.
Demonstrating our employees’ commitment to our core values, CompHealth earns numerous
awards throughout the year.
CompHealth earns the Inavero Best of Staffing Talent award for the fourth consecutive year and the Inavero Best of Staffing Client award for the fifth time.
FORTUNE magazine awards CHG Healthcare Services, parent company of CompHealth, the No. 16 spot on the FORTUNE list of 100 Best Companies to Work For. This marks our sixth year on the list.
Having served as president since 2012, Scott Beck becomes CEO of CHG Healthcare Services.