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Our Facilities Say: "Barton Handles All the Details!"

Posted on: August 14, 2017


written by

Claire Cavanaugh

Happy National Locum Tenens Week! As a part of our festivities, we’re sharing stories from healthcare facilities regarding the value they’ve found in hiring locum tenens providers.

Hiring healthcare providers comes with its own unique set of difficulties. Identifying good candidates, as well as licensing, credentialing, and other tedious preparations, all must occur before a provider is brought aboard. 

In a recent survey, one of our clients cited “finding good candidates and vetting their credentials” as the most difficult aspect of hiring quality physicians and advanced-practice clinicians without the help of a locum tenens agency.

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Another client advises facilities to “try before you buy.” If you need more expert medical professionals to manage your patient load but lack the time to handle all the details, hiring locum tenens physicians and advanced-practice clinicians through Barton Associates should be your next step.

When working with Barton Associates, clients note that all the preliminary footwork is done for them. At Barton Associates, our dedicated account managers are by your side every step of the way, helping to alleviate challenges and ensuring only the most qualified candidates are matched with your hospital, practice, company, or other healthcare facility.

All you need to worry about is welcoming the provider to your team so they can provide the best patient care possible!

Want to learn more about locum tenens staffing with Barton? Here are a few resources we think will interest you:

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Claire Cavanaugh
About Claire Cavanaugh

Claire Cavanaugh was formerly the copywriter at Barton Associates' Peabody, MA, headquarters. She joined Barton after four years of blogging as a student ambassador for St. Michael's College, where she received a bachelor of arts in media studies, journalism, and digital arts.

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