Looking for the right fit for your life, right now? Consider locum tenens as a path forward. Let Hayes Locums be your guide throughout the process.
Now more than ever, it is important for staffing firms to deliver consistent top-quality experiences for their clients, and also to stand out in the recruitment process of providers.
Since opening our doors in 2012, our focus is to find providers their perfect locum tenens job and to fulfill staffing gaps in hospital and healthcare systems nationwide. Hayes Locums is an award-winning healthcare staffing firm and physician recruitment agency focused on providing excellent service to our physicians and advanced practice clinicians on the talent level, and to the hospitals and health system clients we serve.
Hayes Locums has received the Best of Staffing Award for five consecutive years, consistently earning industry-leading satisfaction scores from our clients and providers:
- Hayes Locums received satisfaction scores of 9 or 10 out of 10 from 78.6% of our clients, significantly higher than the industry’s average of 24%.
Our specialty-specific consultants work alongside our licensing, credentialing and travel experts to provide quality, concierge-level service at its best. Through locum tenens, our vetted providers step in for other providers who are taking time off for various situations or fill in a vacancy at an understaffed hospital. We are a leading locums agency because of our commitment to making our talent and clients our top priority at first contact and throughout the duration of each locums assignment.
Our team is dedicated to exemplary service. We are driven to find the right fit for short-term and long-term temporary positions. This includes helping to fulfill career goals such as opening doors to different opportunities within a chosen specialty and recruiting and placing quality providers as a solution for staffing gaps.
“Through locum tenens, our vetted providers step in for other providers who are taking time off for various situations or fill in a vacancy at an understaffed hospital.”