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30+ days ago

Pediatrics - Physician

CompHealth Washington, DC

Pediatrics opening in , District of Columbia. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Washington, DC Inpatient Moonlighting General… DocCafe

25 days ago

Psychiatry - Physician

CompHealth Washington, DC

Psychiatry opening in , District of Columbia. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Facility is seeking a board certified General… DocCafe

30+ days ago

Family Practice-Without OB - Physician

CompHealth Washington, DC

Family Practice-Without OB opening in , District of Columbia. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. A Family Practice physician is… DocCafe

8 days ago

Anesthesiology - Physician

CompHealth Washington, DC

Anesthesiology opening in , District of Columbia. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Our client in Washington, DC is looking… DocCafe

28 days ago

Nurse Practitioner needed in Family Practice clinic in Washington

CompHealth Washington, DC

Nurse Practitioner needed in historic Washington DC. Provider will be working in a friendly and relaxing Family Practice setting. Great opportunity… HealtheCareers

15 days ago

DC Area Hospital Seeks CRNA - Salaries Start At $140

CompHealth Washington, DC

, but the employer would like to begin conversations. Salaries start at $140K and CRNA's receive a generous benefits package and six weeks of… PostJobFree

9 days ago

New Neurology - Sleep Job in Washington Starting in October

CompHealth Washington, DC

Interested candidates should contact their CompHealth recruiter for more information. If you are not currently working with CompHealth, contact us… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Orthopedic Surgery

CompHealth Washington, DC

Our client is looking for an Orthopedic surgeon to start as soon as we obtain hospital privileges and credentialing can be done. You must be Board… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Anesthesiologist needed for Locum Tenens to Permanent in Washington, DC

CompHealth Washington, DC

Our client in Washington, DC is looking for a locum tenens to permanent anesthesiologist. Department is expanding. Board certification required… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Employed Rheumatology opportunity

CompHealth Washington, DC

Employed solo Rheumatology opportunity in Washington. Large waiting patient base, replace a retiring physician. Very little ramp up… Glassdoor

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Michael R. Weinholtz
28 Ratings

    Times have changed; it isn't like it used to be

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    Current Employee - ARNP in San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - ARNP in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at CompHealth as a contractor (more than 3 years)


    They have jobs, yes. But that is the extent of their involvement. The mind set is like a server in a restaurant. You are the piece of meat on a plate, and you are served up to a client.


    No one has your back. I've had two bad experiences as a locums with this company and neither was my fault. The first was while staffing a busy ER and a patient filed a false EMTALA complaint. It was disproved but the contract was cancelled. No one defended me except the hospital. CompHealth cares nothing for its contractors. The second was with a family practice and the contract ended early. I had glowing reviews online from patients and a written email from the doctor I worked with praising me. Their quality management called me twice to grill me over it. I was out 3 weeks of pay. It was all implied it was my fault by innuendo. I deserved to get the 3 weeks pay and an apology but didn't.

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    Stop treating your locums like uneducated and somehow guilty low lives. It is very offensive. I honestly wish you that sit in the corporate offices had to go out and actually experience what travel is like. CompHealth used to be a good company to work for but no longer. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. There are far better companies out there.

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