Locum Tenens

    noun          origin: medieval Latin

Definition: holding a place

A locum tenens (or "locum") is temporary "fill-in"

for your cardiologist while they are:

- on vacation
- attending a conference
- taking family leave
- on sabbatical
- otherwise temporarily out of the hospital
 

Everyone needs time to refresh and recharge! 

 

We offer locum tenens services to keep your established Cardiology service up and running, while your cardiologist is away.  We tailor locum tenens engagements based upon your needs and practice operations.