We interviewed Dr. Fenwa Milhouse about her path to becoming a urologist, why she feels so passionately about the importance of representation in urology and medicine as a whole, and the benefits of locum tenens to her urology practice.
Physicians who have been patients themselves often become more empathetic: like locums oncologist Dr. Taylor Barnett, who survived cancer, and now uses his experience to help his patients navigate their own cancer journeys.
In honor of Nurse Practitioner Week, we’re highlighting locum tenens NP Philip Newman. Philip Newman always knew he wanted to be a healthcare provider. So when it seemed initially that medical school wasn’t in the cards, he was attracted to the holistic nature of nurse practitioner work, and never looked back. Now that he is […]
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.
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.