Hospitals work with locum tenens physicians and advanced practitioners for several reasons. From filling gaps in scheduling to lowering readmission rates and fighting burnout, locum tenens is a great way to help facilities find coverage and secure fast quality care when and where it’s needed most.
For many new physicians, the transition from resident to practicing physician can be quite an adjustment. While you’ve spent years studying and training for this moment, life after residency can be a lot to handle as you quickly find it has its own unique set of responsibilities, such as paying back student loans, choosing a direction for your career, and simply navigating the ‘real-world’ as a young professional.
Ready to work locum tenens but not sure if we cover your specialty? As one of the pioneering companies in the locums industry, Interim Physicians has strong relationships with a number of highly respected facilities in high-demand locations across the country. Because of this, we have opportunities that fit nearly every physician’s skills and schedule.
Solo practitioners have read the obituary. And, just like Mark Twain, they have answered: "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated."