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209 – Should I work for myself right out of residency?

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“I’ve always wanted to work for myself but the only positions available are hospital employed?!”

“The interview went great, but do I really know if the culture here fits me?”

You might have more of these questions now that you’re getting close or are starting to look for a job. Let’s face it, more doctors want complete control of their careers and being employed might be a big hurdle to that. Nick Ball, with Provider Solutions & Development (PS&D), jumps on to discuss locum tenens.


These are the 4 main things we discussed in this episode:

  1. Why Dr. Nii decided to do locums right after fellowship
  2. The definition of locum tenens
  3. Differences between per diem work, 1099, employment
  4. Pros & Cons of locums work



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