From advance practice and pain management, to primary care, your specialty is needed for our open locum tenens nurse practitioner jobs!
Hospitals, practices, and healthcare companies are turning to locum tenens nurse practitioners (NPs) to manage growing patient populations with the United States, including Nurse Practitioners specializing in Family Practice, Psychiatry, Urgent Care, Pediatric, Emergency Medicine, Neurology, and dozens of other specialties.
Demand for locum tenens physician assistants (PAs) is at an all-time high, which means it is a great time to take advantage of the freedom, flexibility, and unmatched earning potential that comes with locum tenens PA jobs!
In-demand PA roles include family practice, urgent care, addiction medicine, pediatrics, wound care, surgery, and more!
Locum tenens dentist jobs are one of the fastest growing segments of the industry. Locum dentists are in demand in a variety of specialties including General Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Orthodontics, and Periodontics.
Barton works with locum dentists in all 50 states for a variety of exciting opportunities. Locum dentists can make up to 56% more than their perm dentist counterparts.
The number of doctor locum tenens jobs grows every day as more companies, practices, and hospitals turn to locum tenens physicians to fill their vacant positions.
Whether you’re a doctor who is board certified or non-board certified, Barton has an opportunity for you.
In-demand jobs include Cardiology, Ob/Gyns, Family Practice, Pedatrics, and Surgery of all specialties.
Locum tenens work consists of a provider work at healthcare facilities to fill gaps in care or occupy vacant positions on a temporary basis. These positions can be short-term or long term.
A locum tenens staffing and recruiting agency such as Barton Associates assigns these providers to short- and long-term positions at hospitals, medical practices and other organizations across the United States.
Because locum tenens jobs often involve travel to a new state, the travel and any licensing or credentialing fees are typically handled by the locum tenens agency.
Select the state dropdown filter to limit locum job listings to the states of your choice. You can also connect to a recruiter who can recommend listings based on your qualifications and desired work locales.
Although locum tenens work has its roots in the 1970s when American rural areas required additional physician staffing for their medically underserved populations, the industry has expanded to included healthcare providers of all types in all 50 states.
More than 85% of healthcare facilities rely on locum work, including locum nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and dentists.
Locum tenens workers often earn more than their perm counterparts. This is partly because facilities use locum jobs to fill in urgent vacancy, often for in-demand roles, and pay competitively as a result. Variations in pay can also result from location, experience, urgency, and a long list of other variables. Check out our salary guides to learn how much more you might earn in a locum role.