Locum tenens is a form of healthcare staffing that offers healthcare providers career growth, flexibility, the ability to travel, and new opportunities.
There is a critical shortage of healthcare providers in the United States — and this shortage is growing at an alarming rate. In many markets and areas of practice, the supply of doctors is not sufficient to meet patient needs.
As a result, organizations are increasingly turning to Barton Associates to solve their staffing challenges, ensure patient access and continuity of care, and generate revenue. With the ever-increasing demand for healthcare services and the flexibility and benefits of practicing medicine as a locum tenens provider, more and more physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and dentists are making locum tenens their career of choice.
Ready? Start your search!
Working with Barton means our team coordinates your job search from start to finish.
We’ll schedule a phone consultation with a Barton Associates team member to discuss your interests, goals, and work history in order to get a sense of what you’re looking for in your next job.
Your Barton team will then go to work, compiling a list of open jobs in our extensive network that match your interests and skill set.
Once you’ve had a chance to evaluate your list of opportunities, your Barton rep will submit your information to the hiring managers of the jobs that interest you.
If there’s a match, we’ll work with the hiring manager to finalize your employment agreement.
Don’t worry! Barton Associates will handle any licensing, credentialing, or travel-related issues before you arrive.
Your Barton rep will also work with your new facility to ensure you’re set up and ready to go on day one.
Barton Associates has always organized my travel as a locum flawlessly.
Jan R., M.D. Emergency Medicine Locum, Idaho
Working through Barton has proven to be positive for me, and I recommend the company to my colleagues.
Lillian O., Locum Tenens Psychiatrist, Illinois
From the first moment I spoke with my recruiter, I knew that I had found the right locum tenens company to work with.
Jenny B., Locum Tenens Nurse Practitioner, North Carolina
From day one, I have been thoroughly impressed with Barton's continued commitment to me as a nurse practitioner locum.
Jennifer B., Family Practice Locum Tenens NP, Pennsylvania
Barton Associates is such a great group to work with, and I am grateful to be working with such a caring organization.
Sandra C., FNP-BC, Family Practice Nurse Practitioner
I am speechless. Wow. You did a great job and I really appreciate your persistence and ongoing feedback.
Betsy O., M.D. Locum Tenens Physician
I would highly recommend Barton Associates to anyone looking to work with a locum agency.
Paul H., Urgent Care Physician
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