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.’
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Long, cold winters prompted nurse practitioner Renee Watson to try locum tenens. The flexible schedule allowed her to work where and when she wanted.
Although he was formally retired, one internal medicine physician decided he wanted to continue practicing medicine after retirement.
The stories of three locum tenens physicians who are giving back in ways that have enriched their lives and the communities they serve.
Full-time locum tenens physician Dr. Rip Patel enjoys the ability to tell his patients that he works for no one except for them.
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.
An emergency medicine physician shares how the diversity of experiences a locums career offered enriched both his life and his medical career.
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.
Locum tenens gives physicians many things: work/life balance, fewer administrative hassles, extra income, professional independence, and the freedom and...
Most of us at the age of eight were convinced we would be astronauts, or rocket scientists, or be a world-famous singer. Then as we grew up, it became apparent...