This study was conducted to analyze health care personnel's attitudes toward traditional and complementary medicine (TCM) and life satisfaction due to coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic . This cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted between April 2 and 9 , 2020 . The Questionnaire form was sent to health care personnel online . A total of 560 individuals who answered the questionnaires were included in the study . The data were collected by using the Personal Information Form, Holistic Complementary and Alternative Medicine Questionnaire (HCAMQ), and Life Satisfaction Scale (LSS). Average age of the participants was 30.88 ± 7.68 years , 82.5% were male, and 65.5% were working as nurses . It was found that 45.5% of the participants used TCM methods for COVID-19 during the last month; 48.7% of the health care personnel stated that they used TCM methods to strengthen their immune system . The HCAMQ total average score was 27.96 ± 5.49; the holistic health subdimension total average score was 9.59 ± 3.04; the complementary and alternative medicine subdimension total average score was 18.37 ± 3.58; and the LSS total average score was 20.78 ± 6.32 . A positive weak statistically significant association was found between the HCAMQ and complementary and alternative medicine subdimension and the LSS (P <.05). Participants had moderately positive attitudes toward TCM and life satisfaction . As the participants' positive attitudes toward TCM increased, their life satisfaction was also found to increase.