When infectious disease physician Dr. Dalilah Restrepo took a year-long assignment in New Zealand, she didn’t expect to stay for a pandemic.
Several physicians and healthcare professionals from around the world share how coronavirus has affected them both personally and professionally.
Several physicians share their eye-opening and rewarding experiences working as international locum tenens in a new part of the world.
Dr. Ronald Stiller has been able to continue practicing the medicine he loves but still have the flexibility to see the world. And he’s having a ball!
Drs. Holly and Paul Llobets didn’t anticipate the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in the middle of their first locum tenens assignment to Guam.
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, […]
Occupational medicine urgent care physician Dr. Kay Hooshmand was able to give her family a rewarding experience by working locum tenens in Montana.
How locum tenens has allowed one pediatrician to see new places and practice medicine in new ways as he transitions into retirement.
An in-depth interview with a family medicine physician who has been working locum tenens in New Zealand on her first international assignment.
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.
Radiologist Dr. Greg Kapala has worked in various locations throughout his long career, including for various private practices in the Midwest. Since 2008, he has taken numerous three-month and six-month international locum tenens stints in New Zealand, in addition to doing contract work for the VA. “I really like traveling,” Dr. Kapala explains. “I love […]
Getting ready to finish residency? Consider taking a locums tenens assignment before building your practice and settling into a community.
Dr. Bengaard says she has always been adventurous and into traveling, making working locums in New Zealand a good match for her loves for medicine and travel.
Family medicine physician Dr. T recently took her first locums assignment to Hawaii, and she is thrilled with how the adventure has enriched her life. She chose locums in order to travel and to experience different cultures — and Hawaii, a melting pot of culture, is the perfect place for both. Discovering the island lifestyle Hawaii […]