Locum Tenens Physician Orientation: Worth the Time and EffortOctober 26th, 2010 0 Min read Blog
Download PDF Physicians who are comfortable in their surroundings are more relaxed with patients and staff, save themselves (and you) time, deliver higher-quality care, preserve the reputation of your organization, and are more likely to steer clear of liability issues. Not only that, the positive impression that a worthwhile orientation makes on a locum tenens Physician (besides how much easier it makes his or her job) pays off if you want that individual to return to your facility the next time you have a need for temporary help. The white paper “Locum Tenens Physician Orientation: Worth the Time and Effort” walks you through the important components of an orientation what will help you and your locum tenens Physician have the best experience possible, whether it’s for a week, month, or year assignment. The accompanying checklists ensure nothing gets missed and make planning your orientation much easier.