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.
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.
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.
This guide for beginners will give you everything you need to know to get started on your first international locum tenens adventure.
Several physicians share their insights and tips on what to do with your house while you are away on a locum tenens assignment.
An in-depth interview with a family medicine physician who has been working locum tenens in New Zealand on her first international assignment.
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.
Ready to head off on the adventure of a lifetime? Here’s a list of the documents you’ll need for an international locum tenens assignment.
Physicians with international experience are some of the industry’s best doctors. They are quick-thinking, culturally sensitive, and good problem-solvers.
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.
If you have kids — or perhaps more aptly, especially if you have kids — consider international locums to experience a family adventure like no other.
Physicians have a variety of options for practicing medicine in another country. Here are six ways a physician can make a living outside the U.S.