Ideas of better work-life balance in the medical profession

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Establishing and maintaining a good work-life balance is challenging for many professionals in today’s world, and it’s no different for doctors and other medical providers. Studies show medical professionals often suffer from burn-out – when they are not able to recharge between on-call nights and long days in the office. If this describes you, have you ever considered a transition to locum tenens work?

Many of the locum tenens doctors, PAs and FNPs who work for TinkBird say their temporary assignments give them more flexibility and a better quality of life. They can pick and choose their assignments based on length of placement, facility environment, geographic location, compensation and more. And the locum tenens approach helps medical facilities, too. Our skilled clinicians are available for short-term and long-term placement to cover for maternity leaves, vacations, peak sickness seasons, high patient volume, medical leave, or while searching for a permanent provider.

If temporary medical staffing sounds interesting to you, give TinkBird a call in NC, SC, TN or PA. In the meantime, if you need a nudge to adjust your work-life balance, here’s some good advice from “”The Work-Life Balance Expert.”

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