When faced with a life transition, emergency medicine physician Dr. Joseph Leary decided to take a locums assignment in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
When infectious disease physician Dr. Dalilah Restrepo took a year-long assignment in New Zealand, she didn’t expect to stay for a pandemic.
Ireland is an exciting destination, ideal for locum tenens physicians who want new clinical experiences and personal adventure.
How much do you know about food in other cultures? Take this quiz to test your knowledge of unique international foods.
How rural GP clinics in the Far North District prepared to meet a potential influx of COVID-19 patients when the pandemic hit New Zealand.
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.
Ready for a tropical adventure with miles of beaches, perfect weather, and coral reefs? Consider a locum tenens assignment in the Caribbean.
Providing healthcare to Australian Aborigines, Guam’s Chamorros, and New Zealand’s Maori people can be both challenging and rewarding.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) is on the top of everyone’s minds and we know you’ve felt the disruption and impact to your life. We want you to know that we care greatly about each of you, you are all members of the Global Medical Staffing family. Regardless of what happens with COVID-19 we are committed to […]
Several physicians share their eye-opening and rewarding experiences working as international locum tenens in a new part of the world.
Tips from an expert on how to make a smooth transition to living in New Zealand as a locums physician — either on your own or with a family.
Questions about staffing a telehealth program using locums tenens physicians? Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
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!