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You've made it through your residency or fellowship — congratulations! Now what?

We can help you test drive a variety of practice settings to find the best fit for your career. Enjoy the freedom and flexibility to decide when, where and how often you want to work, all while enjoying:

  • Superior service
  • Excellent compensation
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Paid housing and travel
  • Paid malpractice insurance
  • Credentialing assistance
  • License acquisition

We listen to your requirements. We conduct thorough research and find you the best opportunities: permanent or locum tenens, short or long-term. Plus, we have a dedicated staff to take care of the credentialing, privileging and medical licensing process.

Resident and fellow FAQs

Resident and Fellow Articles of Interest

I just finished residency. Is locum tenens work right for me?

Locum tenens work is not just for the semi-retired or in-between-jobs physician. It can also be a great way for new doctors to start their careers. There are many advantages to working locums assignments at the beginning of your career. Locum work can give you the opportunity to:

  • Try out new practice settings.
  • See the country.
  • Take a break.
  • Study for board exams.

Locum tenens might provide you with an experience that could take you in a radically different (and better) direction than you ever imagined.

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How to Manage Your Locum Tenens Agency

If you've recently registered with a locum tenens agency or registered a while ago, but your phone is not ringing off the hook with assignment offers, read on for some quick tips on how to proactively manage your locum tenens agency to your maximum benefit.

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Four Steps to a Stellar Interview Performance

First things first: Work on phone skills
More than likely, you'll need to make some phone calls before you secure a job. Whether the phone screening interview is the first step toward a permanent position or your one chance to make an impression for a locum tenens assignment, polishing your phone skills will serve you well.

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Worst Case Scenario Job Search Survival Guide for Residents

Job searching is a numbers game. You, one job seeker, are trying to find the perfect job among tens of thousands posted on some 50,000 online job boards operating around the world. No wonder it typically takes six to 12 months for a resident to find a clinical job. This is a busy time in your life. You're completing your residency, trying to decide on next moves, facing a mountain of debt. A job search is not what you're trained for. That's why we've put together The Worst Case Scenario Job Search Survival Guide for Residents, because we're the people who want to stack the numbers a little more in your favor.

Read the ebook here.

CV Building

Six Tips for a Recruiter-Ready Physician CV

A physician CV is not the same beast as a white collar professional's resume. So if you've read articles in the past or sought advice on how to write your physician CV from someone outside of the healthcare field, you might want to keep reading to find out how to get your CV in shape to land yourself the perfect locum tenens assignment - one that matches your skills and your objectives.

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