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.
A deep dive into what you need to know about working international locum tenens with a family in New Zealand.
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.
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.
Five locations where you can work locum tenens with amazing natural settings, a more relaxed pace of life, and a chance to rejuvenate and heal.
Locum tenens physicians traveling to the Far North region or New Zealand will have the opportunity to provide much-needed care.
Family medicine physician Dr. Samantha Conroy shares why she enjoys learning new ways of practicing medicine with a global mindset.
Regardless of your destination, our commitment is to make your international locum tenens travel during COVID as stress-free as possible.
Physicians interested in living as a locums in Guam will have a more immersive experience than you ever could as a tourist.
Traveling to New Zealand as a physician for a locum tenens assignment during a global pandemic may be daunting for some but not for this GP.
The prolonged crisis has greatly impacted healthcare workers across all settings, and there are many similarities in their experiences worldwide.
As an international locums physician, you’ll have a lot to plan for. Here’s what you need to know about locum tenens housing in New Zealand.
When infectious disease physician Dr. Dalilah Restrepo took a year-long assignment in New Zealand, she didn’t expect to stay for a pandemic.