Category - Provider Stories

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?

Why 1,000 People Chose a Career as a Physician Assistant (and What They Wished They'd Known Before They Did)

October 9th, 2013 CompHealth recently surveyed more than 1,100 physician assistants to see why they chose the profession, what they wished they would have learned in graduate school, and what advice they'd give to current students.

My Traveling Physical Therapist Story - Peyton Kelly

September 23rd, 2013 A few years ago, one of Peyton Kelly's friends recommended that she try a traveling physical therapy assignment with CompHealth. She soon fell in love with the rural area where she worked and continues to travel today.

Doctor's Pursuit of Passion Outside of Medicine Proves Healing

March 5th, 2013 Dr. Peter Plasse, EM, initially tried locum tenens back in the 1990s because the flexible work schedule allowed him to be home more with his young children. With three of his kids now in college, he's discovered that working locums is a great way to supplement his income.