Interventional cardiologist Dr. Joseph Wiedermann never expect to leave his practice in New Jersey to do locum tenens in Guam, but he has no regrets.
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Dr. Steven Garman enjoys the flexibility locum tenens gives him in retirement. He describes it as the ‘best way to practice medicine in the United States.’
After working in a multi-physician private practice group for 10 years, Dr. Chansky decided to try international locum tenens and see the world.
Psychiatrist Dr. Chad Koyanagi uses part-time locums to help bring hope to the mentally ill, homeless, and marginalized people of Hawaii.
Although he was formally retired, one internal medicine physician decided he wanted to continue practicing medicine after retirement.
What is it like working locum tenens with a family? A physician and his spouse share their locums experience to answer your questions.
Locum tenens with a family is a rewarding experience, especially when you are practicing medicine in a place as beautiful as New Zealand.
A tenured, top urologist and clinical professor retired from his full-time practice to pursue two passions: sociology and medicine as a locum tenens urologist.
Our lives don’t always follow the trajectory we’ve envisioned. This, of course, also applies to the career path to becoming a physician. There are those who...
Dr. Blaine Cashmore takes locum tenens assignments while working a full-time job as a way to keep his skills sharp and supplement his income.