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For Providers

At Barton Associates, we place locum tenens physiciansNPs, PAs, dentists, and CRNAs in all 50 states. Whether you are a seasoned provider or just getting into the locum tenens market, Barton Associates has the experience and the resources to find you the perfect opportunity and get you to that assignment quickly and efficiently.

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For Clients & Hiring Managers

Barton Associates is a leading national healthcare staffing company. We recruit physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentists, and CRNAs in a wide variety of specialties, and can quickly place them in locum tenens assignments at hospitals, practices, and organizations nationwide.

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Barton and Locum Tenens

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Barton Associates is a leading national locum tenens agency for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, and CRNAs. We have the experience, resources, and scale needed to efficiently match talented healthcare providers with great hospitals, medical practices, and companies across the country in a wide variety of practice settings.

  • What Is Locum Tenens?


    If you’re a physician, NP, PA, CRNA or dentist, you know how difficult a career in healthcare can be. Long hours, school loans, and high patient loads are just a fraction of what you have to deal with. As a result, many healthcare professionals look to locum tenens as an option for their next career move For those not fluent in Latin, “locum tenens” translates to “place holder.” In the medical...

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  • PA State Laws - Interactive Map


    This interactive guide offers a snapshot of each state's licensing requirements and guidelines for physician assistants. ...

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  • PA Scope of Practice Laws


    Interactive PA Scope of Practice Law Guide All physician assistants must practice with a collaborating physician; however, state laws dictate the extent of that relationship. This interactive guide provides an overview of PA scope of practice laws by state with regard to the Six Key Elements of a Modern PA Practice Act from the American Academy of PAs (AAPA). For more information on specific state laws, consult your state’s PA practice act...

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  • Guide to Reopening After COVID-19 [Free...

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    POSTED: June 09, 2020

    As a partner and a resource in the area of staffing, licensing, and credentialing, Barton Associates has created a guide to reopening, to be used by your hospital, clinic, or small facility. Broken up into three sections, the guide includes a detailed list of points to discuss as you reopen, as well as other actionable tasks. It is our hope that this guide leads you toward success in your reopening, and moving forward with...

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  • Interview with First Time Locum Greg...

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    POSTED: June 03, 2020

    Have you been inspired by healthcare professionals across the globe who responding to COVID-19? Greg J., NP was, so he took his first locum tenens assignment through Barton on Long Island as a result. In this video, he talks about how the assignment has gone so far. ...

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  • Recommendations for Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders in the...

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    POSTED: May 21, 2020

    We all strive to do right by our patients, including abiding by their wishes surrounding resuscitation during surgery. I’m guilty of visibly cringing when I see the dreaded Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) sticker on the front of the chart. “This is a bad sign,” crosses my mind. In the brief amount of time you have to meet and examine the patient, formulate an anesthetic plan, properly consent the patient, and answer his...

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