New Zealand is on most travelers’ bucket lists, but how much do you really know about the country? Take this quiz to find out!
This guide for beginners will give you everything you need to know to get started on your first international locum tenens adventure.
If you’re a physician who wants a better work/life balance, consider locum tenens with its greater schedule flexibility.
The Interstate Medical Licensure Compact allows physicians to move quickly through the licensure process in most U.S. states and territories.
Hawaii is a bucket-list destination for many, but for Dr. Michael McGrath and Dr. Brenton Yuen, Hawaii is simply home.
If you’re looking for change of scene, here are five breathtaking locations that need locum tenens anesthesiologists today.
Regardless of your destination, our commitment is to make your international locum tenens travel during COVID as stress-free as possible.
One of the most popular international destinations for locum tenens is New Zealand. Here’s the basics on planning for an assignment there.
Take this quick quiz to find out how much you know about international locum tenens to decide if it’s right for you!
If you’re struggling with exhaustion or burnout, a physician sabbatical can help you recharge and revitalize your career in medicine.
Celebrating the holidays in another country can be an enriching cultural experience — filled with new foods, new activities, and new traditions.
An honest, transparent look at physician pay in other countries, as well as why so many doctors take a locum tenens assignment abroad.
Physicians have a variety of options for practicing medicine in another country. Here are six ways a physician can make a living outside the U.S.
By answering a few questions, we can help you decide what country is your best fit for an international locum tenens assignment.
Two experienced physician travelers share what it’s like to live and work as a locum tenens physician in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.