Life of Locum Tenens


One doctor offers his experience and advice on working locum tenens.

Working off and on locum tenens since 1982, Andrew N. Wilner, MD, offers his experience as a testament to the benefit of working in this style.

Dr Wilner worked his first locum tenens assignment in 1982. He is Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, Tennessee. Dr Wilner blogs at his website

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