Yes. If we offer an assignment where you do not currently have a license, your Recruiting Consultant will coordinate with our in-house Compliance department in helping you to obtain it.
Yes, we have a paid referral program. Check it out here.
We can help you with finding continuing education opportunities.
It depends: if you’re classified as a W-2 employee (NP’s and PA’s), yes. If you’re classified as a 1099 employee (most physicians), typically not. There are advantages and disadvantages to both; to learn more about this topic, feel free to schedule a consultation with us.
You will be paid weekly via direct deposit or live check.
Even when your assignment ends, your relationship with us certainly does not. Your recruiting consultant will be checking in with you frequently, getting to know you and searching for other possible opportunities that you may be interested in
While no two assignments are exactly the same, we will prepare you exactly for any assignment you choose to take. Further, your recruiting consultant will be there with you every step of the way, and is available 24/7 should you have any questions.
Each client has their in-house procedures regarding orientation. Prior to an assignment, your recruiting consultant will brief you on the specifics of the training and orientation you will receive.
We place providers in a variety of facilities and settings, including but not limited to: hospitals, large healthcare systems, urgent care, outpatient or inpatient, corporate health and wellness clinics, veteran evaluations and in-home assessments.
All Medical Personnel staffs nationwide in all 50 states.
Yes we almost always compensate for travel, but it does depend on the specific assignment.
We have an entire team devoted to travel and lodging, and have developed excellent relationships with hotel chains nationwide. Our team will work with you to decide together on the best housing option for your assignment.
Yes! We will work with you to find acceptable accommodations for you and your pets.
Our schedules range from per diem half-shifts all the way to permanent placement, as well as everything in between.
Our employment application is simple. If we find an opportunity for you, we’ll email you a link to the electronic application. If you’re interested, simply fill out the application and send it back. If not, just let us know and we’ll keep looking for other potential fits.
You must be a licensed DO, MD, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Psychologist, Dentist, or Pharmacist.
Our available assignments range from per diem shifts to permanent placement.
No, it is absolutely free to work with us.
The biggest advantage successful Locum Tenens providers have is adaptability. They work to assimilate themselves into new living and work environments and stay flexible in meeting the unique demands of each work location. A good attitude is also very important.
We offer opportunities for all experience levels.
There are several benefits of working Locum Tenens, but these are our top 5: Variety, flexibility, career and family balance, the chance to explore new opportunities, and experiencing non-traditional practice settings. To learn more about these, go here.
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