What is locum tenens?

Locum tenens, Latin for “holding ones place,” is a way for the medical field to address staff shortages by hiring employees for temporary positions. Locum tenens creates flexibility for medical professionals and facilities since the job assignments are temporary. These positions can be short-term or long-term.

The term Locum Tenens is Latin. It means to “hold one’s place.”

What is a Locum Tenens CRNA?

Locum tenens creates flexibility for medical professionals and facilities since the job assignments are temporary. These positions can be short-term or long-term.

Having a locum tenens status means you’re not bound by hospital contracts. It gives you the opportunity to expand your practice, access tax advantages, and travel the country.

The term Locum Tenens is Latin. It means to “hold one’s place.”

What is a Locum Tenens CRNA?

Locum tenens creates flexibility for medical professionals and facilities since the job assignments are temporary. These positions can be short-term or long-term.

Having a locum tenens status means you’re not bound by hospital contracts. It gives you the opportunity to expand your practice, access tax advantages, and travel the country.

CRNAs love the locums life.

Higher Pay

Locum tenens clinicians, like CRNAs, enjoy premium pay rates. For facilities, these positions don’t require benefits and allow them to safely staff their ORs – this savings is passed on to the clinician!

Freedom Over Your Schedule

Locum tenens CRNAs have flexibility. They can choose a job with a schedule that fits them. Currently we have contracts with M-F hours, weekends off, and more.

Tax Advantages

Locum Tenens are independent contractors, who are paid on a self-employment basis, therefore qualifying them for certain tax deductions and itemization’s, that should be discussed with a CPA.

Meet our CRNA Team.

Michael Marsh

CRNA + Owner

Garrett Withers

CRNA + Recruiter

Shelby Turner

CRNA + Recruiter

Clay Roush

CRNA + Recruiter

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We network with CRNAs across the country to keep ORs staffed safely.

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