Category - Provider Stories

My Locum Tenens Experience: Finding Mentors and Beginning a Private Practice

October 14th, 2014 Family is very important to Dr. Harmych, and locum tenens affords him the flexibility to balance work and family life. With two young children at home and a third on the way, he needed an opportunity with an accommodating schedule.

What I Love about My Job as a Speech Language Pathologist

September 22nd, 2014 Jean’s favorite assignment was working in schools on the California’s central coast. The great staff and students there made the work rewarding, and she also enjoyed hiking, surfing, biking, hitting the beach and visiting local vineyards.

When a Temporary NP Assignment Turns into a Full-Time Job

August 18th, 2014 A career as a nurse practitioner took Patricia Maybee to the other side of the world — and a locum tenens assignment helped her come back. Here’s how a temporary assignment helped her to find a permanent position, as well as a passion for tribal healthcare.

Big City Life: Enjoying the Finer Things through Traveling Physical Therapy Assignments

August 4th, 2014 There are many reasons why physical therapists choose to take travel assignments. Jeff Zagaroli was drawn to the opportunity to work at first-class health facilities in some of his favorite cities.
Category - Provider Stories

Using Locum Tenens to Maintain Medical Licensing While Living Outside the U.S.

July 21st, 2014 “I think everyone should work locum tenens at least once to see how other practices function and experience other environments, whether they’re private, government or community health centers.”