• Andrew Wilner, MD

Locums and Late-Career Physicians

Just posted a 4-minute video describing why locums might be a good option for late-career physicians considering retirement. There are >100,000 actively licensed physicians in the US seventy years old or older. Some of these mature physicians may not wish to retire, but a part-time option may not be available at their workplace. For these physicians, locum tenens is a great alternative that preserves a physician's identity and supplements retirement income.

Please check out the video and let me know what you think! Thanks!

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