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From Stage to Stethoscope: Dr. Mandaar Gokhale

Dr. Mandaar Gokhale knows the importance of quality care in the worst of emergencies. When he was a young child, he became well-acquainted with the medical world after he fell through a glass door. Emergency doctors and nurses took care of him initially, and then, because he had nerve damage, he continued to see a variety of doctors. Read more

What to Know about Hiring Millennial Employees

Last year, we hired just under 250 new people. As I met with each of these new employees, I was impressed by their skills and smarts, but I was also surprised by how young they were. Read more

How One Doctor Travels the World, Spends Time with Family and Gives Back to the Community

Dr. Tammy Allen was about to finish her medical school residency, but she didn’t know what she wanted to do next. Her friends were all set with long-term jobs, but that didn’t feel right to Dr. Allen. Instead, she decided to give locum tenens a try. Read more

Six Twitter Resources for Physician Assistants

The role of physician assistants continue to evolve as the healthcare market changes. To help keep on top of all the news and changes, here are six excellent resources for you to follow on Twitter. Read more

Images From CompHealth’s Medical Mission To Haiti

In 2016, CompHealth partnered with the American Academy of Family Physicians to send a group of CompHealth physicians and employees to Haiti on a medical mission. The physicians spent time teaching local doctors and providing medical care while the employees worked with a group providing service to a school and an orphanage. Read more

CompHealth’s Partnership with AAPA Increases Career Flexibility and Options for PAs

To provide PAs with the career options they seek, the AAPA has partnered with CompHealth to give PAs across the country access to tailored opportunities that allow them to practice medicine where, when, and how they want. Read more

After Seven Years, a Physical Therapist Says Goodbye to Traveling  

We love getting thank-you letters from our therapists. After seven years as a traveling physical therapist, Jess has decided to take a permanent job. Here’s what she said to her recruiter about her experience as a traveler. Read more

The Difference between Satisfiers and Motivators for Job Seekers

With the physician shortage, understanding how to entice job seekers to your facility along with implementing effective retention programs is more important than ever. But before you can address either, you need to know the difference between what makes employees’ jobs merely satisfying and what will actually motivate them to stay for the long haul. Read more

The Truth about Locum Tenens – Questions Answered

Physicians answer common questions about locum tenens, travelling and temporary assignments. Read more

Reigniting Your Passions Through Travel Occupational Therapy Jobs

Stephanie knew she needed a change in her occupational therapist career. At her previous job, she was working long hours for little compensation and she didn’t have time to do things she loved. Her colleague worked for CompHealth, and he suggested she give the staffing company a call. In less than a week, she had picked out her first assignment. Now, she has time to play music, practice on a softball team, and travel the country. Read more