Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (DHB) has used Global Medical Staffing for hiring international locum tenens to fill its needs for about 20 years.
An in-depth interview with a family medicine physician who has been working locum tenens in New Zealand on her first international assignment.
As a physician, working locum tenens in Canada will give you a first-hand look at their healthcare system and allow you to live like a local.
Global Medical staffing is celebrating it’s 25th year in business. Learn about our history of placing doctors in assignments around the globe.
An honest, transparent look at physician pay in other countries, as well as why so many doctors take an assignment in locations around the world.
If you’re a physician who wants more control over your life and a better work/life balance, consider locum tenens with its greater schedule flexibility.
Locum tenens physicians must meet specific reference requirements. Building your network will help make credentialing go as smoothly as possible.
Ready to head off on the adventure of a lifetime? Here’s a list of the documents you’ll need for an international locum tenens assignment.
Physicians with international experience are some of the industry’s best doctors. They are quick-thinking, culturally sensitive, and good problem-solvers.
Live like a local while working as a locum tenens physician in the UK. Here’s everything you need to know about working locums in the United Kingdom.
Put your medical skills to good use while having the experience of a lifetime. Here are five exotic locations where you can do locum tenens.
Global Medical Staffing president Tyler Black shares what physicians should consider when deciding if international locum tenens is right for them.
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Infectious disease physician Dr. Dalilah Restrepo shares how she rediscovered her love of medicine with an international locum tenens assignment in New Zealand.
Psychiatrist Dr. John Gallehr shares his experiences working locum tenens in New Zealand — what it’s like to work there and how he was able to explore the country with his family.