Category - Provider Stories

My Locum Tenens Experience: Avoiding Burnout and Achieving Work/Life Balance

April 1st, 2014 “I work two weeks at a time, and then I’m off for however long I want to take off. I’ve found that to be incredibly lifesaving and a lot healthier for me.”

My Locum Tenens Story: From the Grand Canyon to Guam

March 31st, 2014 After working with both the Navy and the Marines, Dr. Tom Anderson was ready for another adventure. His locum tenens assignments have ranged from in-the-trenches community health clinics to exotic locales many doctors never experience.

Why I Choose to Work Travel Physical Therapy Assignments - Kendra Harring

March 28th, 2014 Kendra Harring decided to take her first travel assignment right after graduating physical therapy school. “I knew if I didn’t do it right away I’d become complacent and probably never do it,” she says.
Category - Provider Stories

My Locum Tenens Experience: Traveling the Country for 22 Years

February 28th, 2014 Nephrologist Margaret King still remembers a question a friend and fellow doctor asked her more than 22 years ago: What would you do if you won the lottery? Her answer was simple — and the dream didn’t even require a million-dollar paycheck.

Army Buddies Renew Friendship through Traveling Therapist Jobs

February 21st, 2014 Occupational therapists (OTs) who work with CompHealth take assignments across the country — and each one has a different experience to share. Don Michael and Tom Litney are friends, former military, and regular travelers with CompHealth.