Locum Tenens Information

Answers to FAQs

Locum Tenens FAQs

Open FAQ questionDo you help with credentialing and licensing?

We have an in-house credentialing and licensing team that will assist you through the process and we will cover all fees.

Open FAQ questionDo I have to provide my own travel accommodations?

We provide housing, travel, and transportation needs for the duration of your assignment. Or, if you prefer to manage this yourself, let us know and we’ll talk to you about available reimbursements.

Open FAQ questionWhen and how will I be paid?

We pay weekly via direct deposit.

Open FAQ questionWhat locum tenens assignments are available in my specialty?

We have opportunities in a variety of facility types, including outpatient clinics, urgent cares, freestanding ERs, specialty clinics and more. Log in to view all jobs available in your specialty.

Open FAQ questionWhere are your locum tenen jobs located?

We have opportunities available across the U.S. in both rural and metropolitan areas.

Open FAQ questionDo you provide malpractice insurance?

Yes, we provide comprehensive malpractice coverage

Open FAQ questionHow long are locum assignments?

As a locum tenens provider, you have the flexibility to choose the length of the assignment. Our assignments vary and can include a week of vacation coverage, shift work month to month, several months or can be ongoing. The length is dependent on what the facilities needs are and what you agree to.

Open FAQ questionWhat does a locum tenens schedule look like?

This is up to as the provider, as working locum tenens gives you the flexibility to create your own schedule. We have full-time schedules, available shifts, call coverage and blocks to name a few, but it also varies based on specialty. Your recruiter can provide more details.

Open FAQ questionCan I work locum tenens in addition to my full-time job?

Yes, many providers work locums as a way to supplement their income; it comes down to your availability and what our clients’ needs are.

Open FAQ questionWhy do providers choose to work as a locum tenens provider?

There are a variety of reasons providers choose to work locum tenens jobs, but here are just a few:

  • Travel
  • Flexibility
  • Supplement income
  • Enhance your skill set