Ireland is an exciting destination, ideal for locum tenens physicians who want new clinical experiences and personal adventure.
Ready for a tropical adventure with miles of beaches, perfect weather, and coral reefs? Consider a locum tenens assignment in the Caribbean.
For National Locum Tenens Week (Aug. 10–14, 2020), we’re pleased to honor Dr. Chad Koyanagi for his advocacy efforts to help the homeless in Hawaii. Here’s his story. Not all locum tenens physicians work locums full time; some work occasional locums shifts in order to earn extra money, to travel, or, like Dr. Chad Koyanagi, […]
A medical mission can help you rediscover your love of medicine and focus on what’s really important. Here’s how to have a great medical mission experience.
Guam Memorial Hospital’s chief of internal medicine shares what it’s like working locum tenens in Guam and why doctors are needed there.
Tax 101 for doctors taking international or U.S. locum tenens assignments
This guide for beginners will give you everything you need to know to get started on your first international locum tenens adventure.
How Global Medical helped two physicians use their medical skills to give back through an international medical mission to Thailand.
Occupational medicine urgent care physician Dr. Kay Hooshmand was able to give her family a rewarding experience by working locum tenens in Montana.
Australia is a prime destination for physicians who want new clinical experiences and personal adventure. Learn about locum tenens in Australia.
How locum tenens has allowed one pediatrician to see new places and practice medicine in new ways as he transitions into retirement.
Several physicians share their insights and tips on what to do with your house while you are away on a locum tenens assignment.
Five doctors say locum tenens allows them to get back to the basics of medicine, with less time on paperwork and more with patients.
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.