There are times in our life when things happen unexpectedly. Whether it be a hospital or clinic closing, contracts not renewing, having unexpected financial burdens and needing to earn extra income, or maybe you are feeling the burnout from administrative hassles and an overbearing workload, locum tenens provides a variety of work options at any stage of your career. Locum Source has practice opportunities all throughout the U.S. ranging from weekend call coverage to long term options and permanent positions. Whether it be for only a stage of your career, or whether locum tenens becomes a lifestyle for you, the options are endless. Our experts at Locum Source will help you find the right opportunity that meets your skill set, personal and financial requirements and time commitment. We will guide you through the locum tenens process and make sure that the licensing and credentialing processes are seamless. We understand how important it is to feel satisfied in your career and we are here to help make that happen.
We understand how daunting paperwork can be. Our team is here to help alleviate and streamline the paperwork process for you. Our goal is to make the process easy and painless, so you can begin your locum tenens assignment as soon as possible.
With the introduction of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC) and the Nursing Licensure Compact (NLC), you may be eligible for multiple state licenses in only a matter of a few weeks. Currently, 24 states participate in the IMLC and several more states are in the review process of entering the bill into their state.
80% of physicians meet the requirements of licensure through the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. To begin the process, you will be required to complete an online application, pay a non-refundable $700 application fee, obtain fingerprints and complete a national criminal background check. You will be notified via email if you qualify for licensure through the IMLC.
Click here to see if you qualify:https://imlcc.org/
Nurses also have access to expedited licensing through the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC). The Nurse Licensure Compact provides nurses with the ability to quickly provide care to patients across the country. Through the NLC, nurses will be able to travel for disaster relief situations without having the burden of waiting for state licenses to be issued as well as allowing nurses to practice in person or provide telehealth services. In turn, this will assist in alleviating the cost of obtaining several state licenses. Similar to the IMLC, the NLC has a set of requirements that need to be met in order for nurses to qualify for licensure through the Nurse Licensure Compact.
To find out if you qualify, click here: https://www.nursecompact.com/index.htm
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