CompHealth’s parent company CHG Healthcare, the nation’s largest provider of locum tenens services, has promoted two senior leaders to new roles within the organization. Brooke Bowers, former senior vice president of sales, has been promoted to president of CompHealth’s locum tenens division. Bower’s predecessor, Lisa Grabl, will become a group president for CHG Healthcare.
In 2002, Brooke Bowers joined CompHealth as an assignment coordinator on the oncology team before moving to a sales role. From there, she excelled as a placing manager for OB/GYN and advanced to her most recent role as senior vice president of sales. There, Bowers implemented laser-focused sales strategies, culminating in the division’s 2022 record-breaking success.
Bowers is looking forward to her new position. “I have developed a passion and strong sense of pride for our business, primarily because of the people within CompHealth and the life-altering work we do. As I think about where we are headed, I am most excited to see us adapt and evolve to stay competitive for our employees and for our customers,” says Bowers.
Bowers is a strong advocate of CHG’s core values of growth and putting people first, which is further illustrated by her successful experiences as a business partner, sales representative, and leader.
Lisa Grabl, meanwhile, joined CompHealth in 2001 as a sales consultant and has progressed in a variety of management roles, assuming increasing levels of responsibility. She has driven record-breaking results in her role as the CompHealth locum tenens division president since 2017.
“I love the fact that both Lisa and Brooke have been with us for more than 20 years. They started on the front lines of the business and worked their way up one job and one team at a time to eventually lead our legacy division,” says Scott Beck, chief executive officer of CHG Healthcare.
Both promotions became effective February 1, 2023.
Learn more about the CompHealth and CHG leadership teams here.