Category - Provider Stories

Speech Language Pathologist Gives Voice to the Disabled Children in Africa

November 26th, 2013 Hundreds of children live as outcasts in East Africa because they have a speech impediment. Fortunately, Elisa Sonnenberg, a speech language pathologist, is helping erase the stigma linked to disabilities by treating those who need help.

Why I Became a Physician Assistant

November 21st, 2013 Tis the season for many things: giving thanks, prepping for the holiday rush, and physician assistant (PA) admissions. As I perform one of my favorite faculty duties, I reflect on my own journey toward becoming a PA.

Celebrating NP Week 2013 - Why I Chose to Become a Nurse Practitioner

November 12th, 2013 CompHealth places NPs in facilities across the country. We reached out to a number of them to find out why they chose to become a nurse practitioner and why they still love it.

Speech-Language Pathologists - Ready for Retirement in an RV

November 6th, 2013 Ellen Jones, a speech-language pathologist, wanted to travel the country with her husband when he retired -- but she wasn't ready to retire yet. One call to CompHealth and a motorhome later, Ellen and her husband had a solution: travel therapy.

Physician Story - What to Do When You're Not Quite Ready to Sign that First Permanent Contract

October 25th, 2013 Because student loan repayment waits for no one and boards and licensing don't come cheap, many doctors try to land their first job as quickly as possible. But what if you're not quite ready to sign a long-term contract or jump into your own practice?