As a locum tenens provider, you accept positions based on an agreed upon timeframe, schedule, and rate. Hayes Healthcare pays on a bi-weekly basis. Federal income tax withholding and reporting are up to the individual. Ask your tax advisor about the many benefits of working as an independent contractor.
Making the leap into locum tenens is a big decision with questions ranging from applying for new licenses to the logistics of planning and working an assignment. Our team is available 24/7 to assist in your search, answer any questions you might have, and make the process easy and enjoyable. Our goal is to take care of all the details, so you can focus on your patients and their families.
Our Credentialing Department will assist you with hospital privileges for all your upcoming assignments:
As of January 2017, rather than receiving a second renewal notification by mail, your renewal notification will arrive via electronic transmission. This will be sent to the email address provided with your DEA registration. For additional DEA details and information on registering for a certificate or reverting a certificate address, click on the link below.Learn more
Hayes Locums coordinates comprehensive A-rated medical malpractice insurance at no charge for each locum tenens physician and advanced practitioner who serve at our clients’ facilities.If the state requires enrollment in the state patient compensation funds, we will assist you through the enrollment process.
All locum tenens providers work as independent contractors. We cannot provide tax advice, but do encourage our physicians and advanced practitioners to contact their tax advisor about taking advantage of certain tax benefits allowed.You will be responsible for filing any state, federal, Medicare, or Social Security taxes.For this purpose, you will be issued an IRS1099- MISC form, in place of an IRS W2 form.