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.
One of the most popular international destinations for locum tenens is New Zealand. Here’s the basics on planning for an assignment there.
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.
From the job search to knowing what to pack, this New Zealand 101 webinar explains the locum tenens process and what to expect.
More women are becoming physicians, and at Global Medical, we’re lucky enough to work with a whole lot of badasses!
A deep dive into what you need to know about working international locum tenens with a family in New Zealand.
An in-depth look at how malpractice works in other countries when you are working an international locum tenens assignment.
Following these adventurous physicians’ Instagram accounts can add some excitement to your own Instagram feed.
If you’re looking to experience life in Asia, Guam is a great opportunity to put your medical oncology skills to work in a new environment.
Take control of your schedule and spend less time on paperwork and more time helping patients in any of these high-demand locations.
Is international locums right for you? Take this informative quiz to find out if now is the right time to try practicing medicine abroad.
For physicians interested in outdoor recreation and the opportunity to deliver crucial care in a rural setting, look no further than Big Sky Country.
Interested in working locum tenens outside of the U.S.? Here’s a helpful comparison of the cost of living in different countries around the world.
For physicians looking to escape the big city, a locum tenens job in Walla Walla, Washington is the perfect opportunity to recharge.