*Updated August 2, 2022 to include Ohio as a state of principal licensure. Ohio, Texas and Delaware have recently joined the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission (IMLC). This is good news for physicians who hold a primary license in those states, and are interested in pursuing locum tenens in other states that participate with the […]
One of the benefits of locum tenens is that it gives physicians the freedom to try different practices as they figure out what they want their careers to look like––like Dr. Jane Benson, who found a new career path through locums.
At Hayes Locums, we don’t trust perfect matches to an algorithm. We conduct a rigorous process to gain a deep understanding of your skills and experience, so we can match you with the best possible locum tenens position.
This summer has been one of the most chaotic periods on record for air travel. During the July 4th weekend alone, over 1,000 flights were canceled and 12,000 were delayed. And unfortunately, that chaos may not be ending anytime soon. We have plenty of recommendations that can help you keep your travel as stress-free as […]
Private practice can be an attractive option for physicians who want more control over their schedules, but it’s not the only option: locum tenens gives you the flexibility to cultivate other areas of your life.
Loan forgiveness programs aren’t the only option for physicians who want to get out of debt: locums can earn you more income—and in some cases, help you save on living expenses—allowing you to tackle debt now, instead of waiting for the future.
From the very beginning, Hayes Locums had a winning formula, because we knew what we believed in. We had a vision to form a company guided by our values, not the bottom line. It’s that vision, more than anything else, that has helped us grow into one of the largest staffing firms in the country.