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​​​Looking for a Physician Job? Make Sure You’re Living Up to Your CV’s Claims

Often as I review physician CVs, I see accomplishments and rankings such as "top doctor in the U.S." or "best doctor in state." In conversations I also hear about prestigious awards and recognition. These types of things fall under the general category of "what people say about themselves."

3 Ways Physicians can Improve Adaptability Skills

​Doctors who travel to new practices face a host of complex challenges. They interact with new colleagues and patients and often work with new tools and processes. Adaptability is one of the most important qualities a locum provider can possess. There are three tools that can help a doctor become more adaptable to new surroundings.

Medical Licensing Tips for Doctors with International Degrees

An international medical degree can give you valuable clinical experience and can also help your CV stand out — but getting paperwork and verifications from overseas can sometimes be a challenge. The following tips can help you speed up the licensing process when you’re preparing for a locum tenens assignment.

​​7 Things All Doctors Should Do Before Signing a Contract

Though their schooling has prepared them to work with all kinds of patients and in all types of medical settings, most doctors are not as comfortable dealing with contracts and negotiation. Here are a few things doctors should be aware of before signing on the dotted line.

Match Day Stress-Busting Tips

Match Day is right around the corner. Along with excitement of finding out where you’ll be doing your residency comes an enormous amount of stress.  Whether you’re worried about moving to a new city, starting a new program, or just finishing up your final classes and exams, these five relief tips can help you stay cool as Match Day approaches.

​3 Ways to Pay off Medical School Debt

When making decisions about which medical school to choose, many students don’t take into account how much it costs and how long it will take to repay school loans.

​Army Buddies Renew Friendship through Traveling Therapist Jobs

Occupational therapists (OT) who work with CompHealth take assignments across the country — and each one has a different experience to share. Don Michael and Tom Litney are friends, former military members, and regular travelers with CompHealth.

CompHealth Wins Inavero’s 2014 Best of Staffing Talent Award

CompHealth was named one of Inavero’s 2014 Best of Staffing® Talent Award winners. CompHealth was identified as one of the best staffing agencies for candidates to call when they are looking for a job. Less than two percent of all staffing agencies in North America receive this service excellence award.

4 Skills Employers Want in a Locum Tenens Physician

​Locum tenens doctors can make all the difference for a hospital or practice in need of help. Not only do the best locums act as the frontline for first-time patients and loyal customers, they also represent the culture and values of the practice or facility.
Though every employer has different needs, here are the four “must-haves” they all want in a locum tenens doctor.

Why 95 Percent of NPs Would Recommend Locum Tenens

CompHealth recently surveyed 1,300 nurse practitioners (NPs) about their experience working locum tenens assignments. We found that more than half of respondents had either worked locums or know someone who has. Survey results reveal that nurse practitioners that work locums love what they do. In fact, 95 percent said they would recommend working locums to their colleagues.