By answering a few questions, we can help you decide what country is your best fit for an international locum tenens assignment.
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.
More women are becoming physicians, and at Global Medical, we’re lucky enough to work with a whole lot of badasses!
An in-depth look at how malpractice works in other countries when you are working an international locum tenens assignment.
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.
Is international locums right for you? Take this informative quiz to find out if now is the right time to try practicing medicine abroad.
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.
Physicians interested in living as a locums in Guam will have a more immersive experience than you ever could as a tourist.
When faced with a life transition, emergency medicine physician Dr. Joseph Leary decided to take a locums assignment in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Ireland is an exciting destination, ideal for locum tenens physicians who want new clinical experiences and personal adventure.
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.
Guam Memorial Hospital’s chief of internal medicine shares what it’s like working locum tenens in Guam and why doctors are needed there.
This guide for beginners will give you everything you need to know to get started on your first international locum tenens adventure.
Australia is a prime destination for physicians who want new clinical experiences and personal adventure. Learn about locum tenens in Australia.