Working locum tenens can help OB/GYNs find work/life balance, schedule flexibility, and allows more time to give back.
Author - Kari Redfield
Kari Redfield is a professional content marketing writer. She also is a novelist and writes for newsstand magazines and has had work appear in Arizona Highways, Sedona Magazine, and American Fitness. She loves to travel and has been known to spend weeks in the U.S. West in her Aliner, checking out classic trad rock climbs, epic mountain bike rides, and other adventures.
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