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Several physicians share why taking an international locums assignment was a great way to start their careers as a practicing physician.
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How locum tenens has allowed one pediatrician to see new places and practice medicine in new ways as he transitions into retirement.
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Some doctors describe international locums as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, others grab the kids and take them on a series of international jet-setting adventures, and still others embrace it as their new lifestyle. However doctors can fit it in, all of them call their international assignments amazing adventures. Here’s what four physicians love most about international […]
Dr. Cheri McCue has always loved traveling. Still, she didn’t expect to one day get on a plane and end up living in Guam for several months. “I thought: How did I get here? Did I just travel 22 hours,” she recalls, laughing. Her locum tenens assignment, planned for three months but extended by mutual […]