This guide for beginners will give you everything you need to know to get started on your first international locum tenens adventure.
If you’re a physician who wants a better work/life balance, consider locum tenens with its greater schedule flexibility.
Hawaii is a bucket-list destination for many, but for Dr. Michael McGrath and Dr. Brenton Yuen, Hawaii is simply home.
If you’re struggling with exhaustion or burnout, a physician sabbatical can help you recharge and revitalize your career in medicine.
For physicians interested in outdoor recreation and the opportunity to deliver crucial care in a rural setting, look no further than Big Sky Country.
For physicians looking to escape the big city, a locum tenens job in Walla Walla, Washington is the perfect opportunity to recharge.
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.
Several physicians share why taking an international locums assignment was a great way to start their careers as a practicing physician.
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.
Being adventurous is part of who Dr. Rachael Consoli is. She has delivered babies on every continent except Antarctica.
If you’re interested in practicing medicine in a unique environment, locum tenens in Alaska may be the right opportunity for you.
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!
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, […]