CompHealth receives AAFP's highest honor for partnership

October 9th, 2017 2 Min read CompHealth receives AAFP's highest honor for partnership Blog
CompHealth was recently recognized by the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation with the Award for Distinguished and Meritorious Service to Family Medicine. The award is AAFP's highest honor for recognition of vendors, suppliers and companies or their employees who support the medical profession. As an AAFP Foundation Corporate Partner, CompHealth has provided extensive support for career resources, ranging from CV reviews and mock interviews at both National Conference and FMX to career tips and tools on Beyond career resources, CompHealth’s dedication to family medicine has included strong backing for Family Medicine Cares International. Through the Foundation they have supported multiple resident scholarships, sent CompHealth staff to Haiti, and through their own staff’s initiative have done fundraisers to assist in much needed supplies and books for the children of Haiti. One of our leaders, Carrie Johnson, is currently serving as a Board of Trustee for the Foundation Board. She was on hand to accept the award on behalf of CompHealth and had this to say:
CompHealth exists to make a difference in the lives of physicians and the healthcare communities that they serve.  We have been supporting family physicians for almost 40 years and are passionate about your workforce and your well-being.  We’ve helped thousands of family docs find their new permanent career and placed thousands in locum tenens assignments - - serving millions of patients all across the country.
CompHealth has partnered with AAFP in the past to send physicians and employees to Haiti, see some of the stories of those trips in the videos below: [su_youtube url=""] [su_youtube url=""] Interested in expanding your career in family medicine? Check out our open jobs. 


Chad Saley

Chad Saley

Chad Saley is a public relations manager at CHG Healthcare, the parent company of CompHealth.

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