• Andrew Wilner, MD

Shoutout from UTHSC

I am so pleased today to read the nice news article published by the University of Tennessee Health Science Center about The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens. For the last year, I have worked as an Associate Professor of Neurology at UTHSC in Memphis, TN. It's a great place to work and learn.


Medical students, residents, young and old physicians considering locum tenens work should consider taking a look at the book, as it may help them decide whether locums is right for them. If they do decide to try locums, the book's practical information should smooth the way!

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Long-Term Benefits of Locums

Debra Wood, RN, recently interviewed me and another locums physician for an article published at Staffcare.com highlighting the long-term benefits of locum tenens assignments. These include honing cli

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