Providing help during the COVID-19 crisis

March 14th, 2020 1 Min read Providing help during the COVID-19 crisis Blog
CompHealth is working with hospitals, medical groups, and other healthcare facilities as well as healthcare providers across the country to best understand where we can help fill needs as the country’s physician workforce battles the COVID-19 disease. As you are likely aware, in some parts of the country hospitals and clinics are seeing large spikes in patient demand.  In other states and municipalities clinics are closing due to quarantine and social distancing, and elective procedures and non-essential appointments are being cancelled. At the same time many healthcare providers are freeing up their schedules to provide life saving services where they are needed most.

Providers Willing to Help

For healthcare providers willing to help, thank you! The need for physicians, PAs, and nurse practitioners is great right now. Please fill out the form below and we will contact you about options for your specialty. We currently have immediate needs for emergency medicine, infectious disease, family medicine, internal medicine, urgent care, hospitalists, and pulmonary and critical care physicians, as well as other healthcare providers. In addition, there are still ongoing needs in all specialties and fields including respiratory therapists and lab techs.

Healthcare Facilities in Need

If you are a healthcare system, hospital, clinic, or other healthcare delivery organization in need of healthcare providers we have access to clinicians nationwide that are available and willing to help. If you have a need we can help you with please fill out the form below and we will provide you with regular updates of workforce availability.

COVID-19 Updates

If you are looking for more information on how CompHealth is handling the COVID-19 pandemic check out our Coronavirus Impacts and Updates blog.


Chad Saley

Chad Saley

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

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