Locum tenens allows pediatric oncologist Dr. Michael Levien to keep going strong after more than 40 years as a practicing physician.
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Family medicine physician Dr. Keith Anclam turned to locums as a way to stay active in medicine while still enjoying all the advantages of retirement.
While every bear market is unique, they all end the same way and they all end. Don’t sell low, stick to your plan, and you will be glad you did.
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.’
Although he was formally retired, one internal medicine physician decided he wanted to continue practicing medicine after retirement.
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.
Life is short. But we plan for our future regardless, anticipating we’re going to live well into our twilight years — retirement plans, savings, 401(k)s, to...
Doctors dedicate years of hard work and commitment with one aim: helping people. A bonus? A higher income. But with additional money comes the need to plan for...