As an Echo Locum Tenens clinician, you have the freedom to choose what assignments you cover. You will also receive competitive pay with related travel and lodging provided, malpractice insurance with tail coverage, and full-service support staff, which includes credentialing, logistics, payroll, and licensing assistance.
Adventist Health Bakersfield
- Volume of ED – 65000
- Coverage / 10-hour shifts
- NPs work in triage
- Credentialing timeframe: 60-90 days
- Travel expenses covered
- EMR: Cerner
Please contact Amy King at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 817-454-3589 if you have any questions or would like to apply for this position.
s an Echo Locum Tenens clinician, you have the freedom to choose what assignments you cover. You will receive competitive pay, malpractice insurance with tail coverage, and full-service support staff which includes credentialing, logistics, payroll, and licensing assistance. We have an immediate need for PRN 1099 Locum Anesthesiologist in Sacramento, CA. We offer a very competitive rate and flexible scheduling.SacramentoMonday-Friday, no call, or weekendsType of cases: MRI, Cath, ENDO/GI and EP, CT and IR, Heart and Vascular (no open hearts or major vascular cases)Medically Direction ModelEPIC EMRCA License
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Emotional intelligence (EI) is defined by Oxford Dictionaries as “The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.” As such, it is critical to the work of locum tenens who are often in high-stress situations, where emotions run strong and stakes are high.
We all struggle with staying energized from time to time. Tom Rath, employee engagement guru, suggests in his book, Are You Fully Charged?, that focusing on three main points every day can help you stay energized in your daily work.
Working locum tenens is a popular choice for many providers. Some choose to pursue locum tenens placements full time, while others do it in addition to their permanent positions.
Considering locum tenens? Here’s a few things to note before you commit.
Throughout our many years providing internim staffing services, we’ve heard many assumptions and misconceptions about locum tenens. We’d like to clear up some of those ideas today.
There are many benefits to working as a locum tenens physician. First and foremost, you have control over the amount of shifts you take on and the location of where to work. Not only do you get the unique opportunity to test out different practice settings, additionally you can explore different parts of the country.
When working through challenges it’s important to remember that “rear view mirrors are intentionally smaller than windshields.” A common challenge for many people is giving and receiving feedback. Feedback is essential for improving performance and growing. And, while feedback is important, much like rear view mirrors, its focus is on the past.
With many different locum tenens organizations to choose from, the process can be extremely daunting when selecting which is the best fit for you. And, often confusing if you’re new to working as a locum tenens physician. One of the biggest learning curves is how to get from your destination to the hospital where you will be working.