Category - Provider Stories

Using Travel Speech Language Pathology Assignments to Explore New Locations

June 1st, 2015

“When on an assignment, I try to get away as often as possible for some time on the trails, either by foot or by bike,” Paul says. “A good mountain bike has been a constant companion on my travels.”

VIDEO: The Benefits of Working Locum Tenens Early in Your Career

May 6th, 2015

There are a variety of reasons physicians choose to work locum tenens. For facial plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Harmych, working locum tenens assignments provided him the flexibility he needed to set up his practice while maintaining a good work/life balance.

Using Travel PT Jobs to Explore Diverse Destinations and Meet New People

April 21st, 2015

The key to a successful traveling PT job? “Be flexible,” says Lia, who’s been traveling for several years. “Go into every assignment with an open mind and willingness to learn something new!”

Why Recent Graduates Choose Travel Occupational Therapy Jobs

March 19th, 2015

Rachel’s friends and family often ask her what her favorite assignment has been. After all, she’s been traveling as an occupational therapist for a few years now and has lived in diverse locations nationwide. Unfortunately, it’s just too tough for her to choose a favorite.

My Locum Tenens Experience: Balancing a Business and a Medical Career

March 11th, 2015

Dr. Val Jones runs her own healthcare company, but that doesn’t mean she has to give up her job as a physiatrist. Here’s how she finds the time to follow both passions.