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“How do I start locum tenens?” What follows is the step-by-step approach I took to go from no knowledge to entertaining my first locum opportunity. These are basic steps. This
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Who is this?
I used to complain about another decade of toiling for the Big Medicine Machine. I was envious of others who could break the shackles of employment and make each day their own.
Freelancer, entreprenuer, solopreneur – there’s no way a clinician can recapture their life in the same way.
Let me show you how I did just that.
I successfully completed one residency and two fellowships, all at top flight quaternary care centers. I gained board certification in all three domains, paid back my loans, and started my career.
Then, in 2022, I realized I was burnt out.
So, I decided to walk away from my prestigious, full-time ‘big’ hospital job.
I believed that I could find a better balance between work and life.
With the blessing of my wife, I had confidence in my abilities and put myself out there. I found the answer in self-employment as a contract physician.
My mission is to be the “Lifestyle Locum Doctor.”
My first goal is to help 100 clinicians – doctors, nurses, physician assistants, etc. – find true satisfaction from working independently and coach them through the process.
Whenever you’re ready, here are 2 ways I can help:
1) Let’s talk through what choosing your own path through medicine looks like: Book a 20 minute Call to Discuss Your Situation