There’s no doubt that working as a locum tenens provider can be a much different experience than working as a full-time member of a healthcare team.
Are you a full-time physician assistant interested in rapid career growth and exciting experiences on the road? If you haven’t yet considered the opportunity to become a traveling PA, this could be a great option to explore at this point in your career.
Are you a physician gearing up for locum tenens interviews? As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the wider usage of telemedicine, you may have some experience delivering patient care through a variety of telehealth methods.
Have you made the decision to leave your full-time job to pursue locum tenens work? Just like any major career change, you may have discovered there is a lot involved in the transition to the locum tenens lifestyle.
Whether you are just starting out as a physician or advanced practice clinician, closing in on retirement, or somewhere in between, there is a way to make locum tenens work for your career.
Have you been interested in starting a career in locum tenens work or making a full transition into this career path? Many physicians find locum tenens to be a refreshing change from the grind of a full-time job, often making a permanent switch to this type of work during the course of their healthcare careers.
It’s a new year, but if your healthcare job is putting you in a constant state of stress, you may not be feeling very refreshed and motivated.
Have you been considering making a shift in your healthcare career, but not sure what steps to take? Many physicians don’t realize that there are many amazing benefits to the short-term assignments offered by locum tenens work.
In the age of COVID-19, has being healthcare provider left you feeling isolated and mentally drained at times? Whether you are permanent staff or a locum tenens provider in a stressful healthcare environment, there’s no denying that the stress of the pandemic can take its toll on your mental health and well-being.