At Hayes Locums, our passion is matching physicians and advanced practice clinicians with the right jobs. Whether you are looking to supplement your income, maintain your skills, or travel in search of new experiences, our team is ready to find you the perfect job.
Our advanced practitioner and physician placement services don’t stop there. Once we find the right fit, we handle all the logistics: from expediting any credentialing or licensing paperwork needed to providing A-rated malpractice insurance. We even arrange all travel, lodging, and transportation. As a locum tenens physician or advanced practice clinician, you are our singular focus.
Hayes Locums is proud to be featured on Inc.’s 2019 list of the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in America. It’s our second year in a row.
Finding the right career opportunity at the right time in your life can be challenging. What if you could try out different work environments, management styles and techniques until you found the perfect fit?
Regardless of the stage of a provider’s career, locum tenens can help strike the right balance between work, family and social needs.
If you’re hearing about locums for the first time, you might be curious about what to expect. Here are seven of the most frequently asked locum tenens questions.
We’ve gathered some of the most frequently asked questions you may have about locum tenens, from taxes to health insurance.
Logistics like travel and housing are not a barrier to a potentially fulfilling locum tenens career. With the right partner, locum tenens work can take you anywhere you want to go
Hayes Locums, a leading healthcare staffing agency has won Best of Staffing Client and Talent Diamond Awards for providing superior service to their clients and candidates for the last five (5) consecutive years.
As we step into a new year and a new decade, it’s the perfect time for healthcare professionals to take stock of the industry and see where the best career opportunities can be found.
Because locum tenens physicians are in a role where they are only responsible for their own work rather than overseeing a practice, taking a locums assignment can offer the best parts of patient care minus the headaches of managerial and practice ownership duties.
You’ve decided locum tenens work is right for you, right now. But have you really thought about how to find the right partner? What would make a company a good fit for you and your needs? It’s all about finding the right opportunity that fits you, after all.
Locums work offers a different avenue toward your ideal career path, whether you seek work that’s more fulfilling, a more harmonious lifestyle or simply better pay.
To show how fulfilling and meaningful locums work can be, we recently reached out to real providers to hear their locum tenens story. Healthcare providers — with hands-on locum tenens experience — explain why they opted for a different career path.
It’s been a long road, but you made it. The years of study and concentrated work have paid off. Congratulations! You have successfully reached the last hurdle that allows you to move on to the next chapter of your medical career.
REAL ID UPDATE: The Trump Administration announced that it is postponing the October 1st Federal REAL ID deadline due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Hayes Locums was the proud recipient of a South Florida Business Journal award for ranking No. 7 out of the top 25 fastest-growing businesses in the region with more than $25 million in revenue.
We are in this together. We are here to help during this unprecedented time in our country’s history. And while there are daily changes disrupting all our lives, despite the uncertainty, we will get through this together.
This is the first in a series of Locums Profiles. Sven Hida, MD has spent a significant part of his medical career working in a locums capacity. His experience as a locums physician validates how critical the role is to patient care.
Our commitment to our providers during this unprecedented time is something you can count on. Your health, safety and well-being are front and center.
On this National Doctors’ Day, we want to say ‘thank you' to the medical community for its noble dedication to patient care and saving lives. We are facing the national emergency of COVID-19 head on, and It is unlike any other health crisis we have seen in this country.
Our national emergency continues as the spread of the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 challenges the country’s healthcare community. I want our physicians, advanced practice clinicians and hospital and healthcare system clients to know that we are in this national crisis together.
The paradigm of care is shifting. Hayes Locums has been discussing telehealth medicine with our providers and hospital and healthcare system clients to gauge everyone’s next moves.
While COVID-19 rages on, with it comes shrinking revenues and rising costs. Medical community challenges cascade from there. At Hayes Locums, we have been reaching out to our clients and providers in support.
We want the dedicated providers around the nation to know how grateful we are for their selfless acts of courage as they care for COVID-19 patients every day.
The big picture reality for the medical community is that COVID-19 has created a domino effect of lost monies. The challenges to pay a litany of expenses, from mortgage, staff salaries and malpractice insurance to utilities, electronic health records and other costs keeps mounting.
The cumulative total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to intensify nationwide. We want to help by keeping you updated and provide resources that you can turn to for current news and information.
We are all in this national crisis together. Hayes Locums is working to keep you informed on matters such as occupational licensing, background checks/fingerprinting, travel and more. We will continue to provide ongoing updates on critical provider and locums topics to keep you up to date on changes and other significant happenings.
Our new reality continues to affect lives and livelihoods. And as more states start to partially reopen and lift lockdowns, uncertainties and challenges remain.
As the country starts to reopen and stay-at-home orders relax, states nationwide are now allowing hospitals to return to serving the needs of non-COVID-19 patients on a broader scale.
Patient confidence is a hot-button topic as the country eases restrictions and moves forward with a phased reopening across all 50 states.
In recent weeks hospitals have been boosted by elective surgeries returning and patient confidence shifting in a more positive direction.
“The seismic shock felt throughout primary care” is the way the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) describes the impact of COVID-19.
Hayes Locums has reached its eighth-year anniversary milestone. And what a year it has been for our country and the medical community.
Providers across the country have delayed their bills to stay in business. They have sought out financial aid and other resources to maintain staff without furloughs and to see patients who were able to keep their appointments. It has been challenging.
In our COVID-19 world, there are serious health issues intensifying even beyond the virus. For patients with underlying conditions, including cancer, a potentially grim reality exists.
The onslaught of COVID-19 has been a challenge for physicians on so many levels. Many providers who have been furloughed, had pay cuts or have faced closure of their private practices or healthcare systems are now seeking locum tenens as a stopgap solution.
During these challenging times, we pause to recognize our physicians, advanced practitioners and healthcare facilities for their incredible commitment to patient care.
Inc. magazine today revealed that Hayes Locums is No. 2321 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Locum tenens is a strategic solution for hospitals and healthcare systems nationwide. The National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations (NALTO) reports that 90% of U.S. healthcare facilities use locum tenens physicians every year.
Providers are required to be resilient and ready to do whatever it takes. Nowadays, it rings truer than ever for Salil Shah, MD. He’s been on the front lines in a COVID unit. For the locums hospitalist at a rural midwestern facility, patients have always come first.
The first step in the locums process is getting credentialed with Hayes Locums, and we are here to guide you every step of the way.
Here are six insider tips to help make credentialing more efficient.