Several physicians share why taking an international locums assignment was a great way to start their careers as a practicing physician.
Several physicians and healthcare professionals from around the world share how coronavirus has affected them both personally and professionally.
These six places need physicians to work locum tenens opportunities today — in critical care as well as other specialties.
Several physicians share their eye-opening and rewarding experiences working as international locum tenens in a new part of the world.
A survey of more than 1,200 providers found that COVID-19 has had a major impact on physician employment both in the U.S. and abroad.
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!
For physicians interested in working locum tenens abroad, here’s how COVID-19 has changed the international locums landscape.
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.
One of the differences locums physicians need to consider is how prescribing practices for opioids differ in other countries.
Occupational medicine urgent care physician Dr. Kay Hooshmand was able to give her family a rewarding experience by working locum tenens in Montana.
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.