A locum tenens assignment in Guam provides physicians with a tropical island short-term adventure. Here’s what you need to know for an assignment in Guam.
The ever-growing international locums market provides numerous opportunities for professional growth — and, of course, adventure.
Want to go somewhere where you’re always near a beach, the sights are stunning, the people are friendly, and where you’re bound to find adventure? Make sure to add New Zealand to your bucket list of locums destinations.
Global Medical Staffing talked to doctors to hear about their favorite destinations in Australia. We also asked physicians how taking a locum tenens assignment in Australia benefited their career. The things that they commented on include generous vacation time, lots of travel; the nice people; the unique wildlife and how much less time they spend doing medical records/paperwork, allowing more time to help patients.
Our locum tenens physicians take assignments in gorgeous parts of the world, in both the U.S. and abroad. Take a break and send your dreams soaring with these recent photos from three physicians. They’re sure to inspire your own locums adventure. Meet Dr. Anita Haugabrook Doc Nita recently moved from a full-time long-term position to […]
Thinking about exploring another part of the world, while working and gaining valuable career experience? Global Medical Staffing can help make it happen. We place physicians in first-world countries for six-month to one-year assignments (and shorter assignments in U.S. territories) ‚Äî and as part of our services, we handle all the logistics of securing the […]
Imagine jetting to the other side of the world where you’ll immerse yourself in the local culture, travel extensively, and work a flexible schedule. Through our international locum tenens program, many physicians ‚Äî and their spouses ‚Äî live like locals in another country. The idea of taking a break from our incredibly demanding, fast-paced U.S. […]
It’s a tempting idea: Ditch the rat-race for six months (or longer), practice overseas where you can work in the morning and surf or hike in the afternoon‚Äîor perhaps the other way around. It’s also quite possible: Thousands of your colleagues are doing it right now. The plusses of such work extend beyond catching the […]
There’s no doubt about it‚Ä¶Australia is, in a word, vast. Now, when we say vast” we mean it. No single word in the English language is more appropriate in encapsulating the true essence of Australia. This country contains, in elegant manner, a multitude of cultures, cuisines, dialects, landscapes, oceanscapes and cityscapes all within its 2,969,907 square miles. […]
What is it like to practice medicine on a tropical island? Two of our doctors, Martin Oretsky, MD, an emergency medicine physician and Leonard Bentch, MD, a gastroenterologist, both took locum assignments in the U.S.V.I several years back. Here's what they had to say about it.
Planning a locum tenens assignment in New Zealand takes time. But it’s worth it. Consider the scenery alone, c’mon! But that’s not the only great thing about practicing medicine in the Land of the Long White Cloud, no. Practicing in this island country affords you a world of experience. You’ll be able to see how […]
You've heard of the Swiss Alps in Switzerland, right? And the Southern Alps in New Zealand? How about the Australian Alps? These beauties decorate quite a large portion of southeastern Australia.
Rail travel is often forgotten as a mode of transportation. But it still exists; it's alive and well! And believe it or not it's a very enjoyable mode of transportation.
According to an article on Australian Geographic back in 2013, "Australians produce over one billion litres of wine a year" and they export more than two-thirds of it. With that much wine being exported around the world you've probably tried a shiraz or pinot noir by now.
If you're locum-ing in the U.S. Virgin Islands right now (or in the near future) and don't know where to venture, no worries we've gathered four great sightseeing tours for you to check out.