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It’s one of the most enticing benefits of locums work: The recurring opportunity to pack up, hit the road, and experience a new, exciting place, all while getting paid handsomely for your time and skills.
Hayes Locums along with the Association for Advancing Physician and Provider Recruitment (AAPPR) recently conducted their Physician Recruitment COVID-19 Impact & Implementation Survey #2.
With proper planning, the customized lifestyle that comes with locums can even be a great option for a young family.
With the US facing a shortage of up to 139,900 physicians by 2033, locum tenens has never been more critical, both for specialists and primary care providers.
Providers from all specialties and backgrounds were thrust to the frontlines to deal with the devastating reality of COVID-19 and everything left in its wake.
Given the challenges we’ve faced over the last year, it’s more important than ever to recognize physicians for their hard work and dedication to the communities they serve.
To break down this topic and make sure you’re filing your taxes correctly, we’re sharing 4 tax tips for locum tenens physicians and advanced practice providers.
Our Licensing Team at Hayes Locums can assist you with applying for and renewing medical licenses.
Hayes Locums has ranked #6 on Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) 2020 List of Largest Locum Tenens Staffing Firms in the US and #20 on the SIA list of Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms in the US.
Each facility where you are placed on assignment will have their own set of paperwork and credentialing requirements.