Dr. Wilner discusses the numerous life skills locum tenens physicians must master in order to be more successful in their locums career.
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CompHealth locums president Lisa Grabl argues that “learning to say no is one of the most important things you can do to achieve your long-term goals.”
For late-career physicians, locum tenens provides opportunities to work at your own pace, generate income, and postpone retirement.
Since 1979, CompHealth has been staffing locum tenens providers throughout the country. Here are 5 heart-warming stories from the road.
Dr. Wilner shares his tips on how to ensure your future financial independence as a self-employed, locum tenens physician.
It's a small world — especially in the healthcare industry — and news about former employees travels fast. Knowing the right and wrong way to quit a job will...
Completing a residency is a major turning point for a new physician. Here are six post-residency career tips that can help you thrive in your career.
Motherhood is rewarding and challenging, especially when you’re a doctor too. Four physician mothers share their experiences balancing family and career.
Whether you’re still in residency or well into your career, the best time to start physician retirement planning is today. These tips can get you started.
The physician job market is extremely competitive. In addition to having a solid CV, references, and clinical skills, there’s one last hurdle to overcome...