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A Newsletter for Physicians, NPs, PAs, and CRNAs Interested in or Currently Practicing Locum Tenens.

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Florida

State Spotlight: Hot Jobs in Cool Places

Whether you’re a full-time locums provider, are supplementing your income with additional assignments, or are considering locum tenens for the first time, there are plenty of openings for a variety of specialties throughout the country. Today, we’ve created a list of active opportunities in states brimming with unique cultural and recreational activities. Keep reading to discover whether any of these locations could become your dream move.

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Balancing Parenthood as a Locum Tenens Physician

Coordinating sports practices, appointments, and after-school care can cause a lot of stress for working mothers and fathers and perhaps even more so for traveling locum tenens providers. So, how can you remain both a successful physician and an attentive parent?

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Millennial Doctor

5 Reasons Millennials Are the Perfect Locum Tenens Hire

By 2030, Generation Y will account for 75 percent of the workforce. Although millennials have been on the receiving end of some negative stereotyping, there are a few distinct qualities that make them the perfect locum tenens hire. Read on to discover five reasons why they could be the best match to deliver coverage at your facility.

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Group of medical providers

Recognize 2019 National Locum Tenens Week with These 7 Ideas

First celebrated in 2017, National Locum Tenens Week takes place annually during the second full week of August. Established and led by the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®), it provides those in the locum tenens staffing industry an annual platform for honoring the important role of temporary clinicians.

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Dr. Indira Thirkannad, MD and family

Physician Feature: Indira Thirkannad, MD Parallel Lives

Although she always wanted to become a doctor, Dr. Thirkannad took a little bit longer to discover her true calling. In describing her love for surgery, she says, “I appreciate the definitive, evidence-based reality of surgery and how each technique directly influences patient outcomes. I enjoyed most surgical specialties in medical school. However, in my final year, I worked in pediatric surgery and decided that was the field for me. Now, I love working with children—they are, after all, our future.”

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Millennial Doctor

5 Reasons Millennials Are the Perfect Locum Tenens Hire

By 2030, Generation Y will account for 75 percent of the workforce. Although millennials have been on the receiving end of some negative stereotyping, there are a few distinct qualities that make them the perfect locum tenens hire. Read on to discover five reasons why they could be the best match to deliver coverage at your facility.

Read More »
Group of medical providers

Recognize 2019 National Locum Tenens Week with These 7 Ideas

First celebrated in 2017, National Locum Tenens Week takes place annually during the second full week of August. Established and led by the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations® (NALTO®), it provides those in the locum tenens staffing industry an annual platform for honoring the important role of temporary clinicians.

Read More »
Dr. Indira Thirkannad, MD and family

Physician Feature: Indira Thirkannad, MD Parallel Lives

Although she always wanted to become a doctor, Dr. Thirkannad took a little bit longer to discover her true calling. In describing her love for surgery, she says, “I appreciate the definitive, evidence-based reality of surgery and how each technique directly influences patient outcomes. I enjoyed most surgical specialties in medical school. However, in my final year, I worked in pediatric surgery and decided that was the field for me. Now, I love working with children—they are, after all, our future.”

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Doctor with stethoscope

3 Ways to Promote a Culture of Trust and Respect

As a healthcare leader, you’re often inundated with responsibilities to keep your organization afloat. Daily operations and financial responsibilities probably consume much of your time. It’s important, however, to consider more than the obvious duties at your facility. Strengthening the subtle ties that link your staff can create a significant impact. Fostering a culture of trust and respect between providers and non-clinicians strengthens relationships and positively influences patient interactions.

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