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Martell Harris

Martell Harris

Compliance Specialist

855-884-2360 Ext. 3175


Why did you choose Atlas MedStaff?

I don't really look at it like I chose Atlas. I look at it like we chose each other. Atlas represents everything that any company should strive to be. Atlas makes a difference through a valued service that directly affects people lives daily! What can be better than that?


Family isn’t always blood. I can't forget about the amazing friendships and bonds that I have developed in my lifetime with people not of relation. In my opinion, family represents people in your life who want you in theirs and they are the ones who accept you for who you are. They are the ones that would do anything to see you smile, hear you laugh and who love you unconditionally. Family and friends are hidden jewels, value them and enjoy their riches while one can. Family and friendships are two of the greatest contributing factors of happiness and I believe they go hand and hand! Too many to name, just know I LOVE THEM ALL! THEY KNOW WHO THEY ARE!


I have a Boxer-Mastiff named Bruce. He is named after the Legendary Bruce Wayne, Bruce Banner, Bruce Willis, and of course Bruce Lee! Moral of the story: Bruce is the name of someone KickA$$!


Played College football for 4 years so being active and staying fit has become a habbit. This is not debatable... Football is the best outlet known to mankind! I can really chef it up on the grill or stove. I need to go on Chopped and when it all! Lastly, I can compete with the best Playstation 4 gamer's out there so pray we never play. YOU WILL LOSE!

Top five things on your Bucket List:

1. I want to Skydive

2. I want to touch the floor of Staple Center with BOTH HANDS

3. Have a face to face conversation with Charles Woodson and talk football for hourssssss

4. obtain a Doctorate Degree

5. Become my own boss one day.

Favorite Quote:

A great leader once said “If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving on to the next”! - Sun Tzu, The Art of War