As an emergency medicine physician, you’re used to adapting to new environments and ever-changing situations, which makes it easy to transition into locum tenens jobs. Now the only question is, where should you head first? Check out these four travel destinations below.
The Lone Star State may not be what comes to your mind first as a travel destination, but Texas offers some of the country’s most diverse attractions.
Book an assignment in the state capital to attend the Austin City Limits music festival in the fall or see 1.5 million bats fly from beneath the Congress Avenue Bridge on summer nights.
If you’re a Fixer Upper fan, a job in Waco will put you in close proximity to Magnolia Market, and Waco is also home to the Dr. Pepper museum.
Finally, Houston offers Space Center Houston and the Astrodome, while Dallas has the Sixth Floor Museum in memory of President John F. Kennedy. Check out open emergency medicine jobs in Texas to explore even more of this state.
Whether the Redwoods are calling your name or you long for the sunny beaches, California lets you experience it all. Southern California boasts Knott’s Berry Farm, Disneyland, Hollywood, along with the famous San Diego Zoo.
If you’d rather escape the heat, northern California offers the charm of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf, the grandeur of Yosemite National Park, and the contrast of Big Sur.
See our open emergency medicine jobs in California to find a locum tenens assignment that best fits your lifestyle.
The Empire State has New York City, of course, and the allure of Broadway, the Statue of Liberty and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. But upstate New York offers The Adirondack Park, Niagara Falls and the picturesque Finger Lakes region as well.
This state offers some of the world’s finest restaurants, museums, concerts and sports venues, and offers you scenic views and rich historical sites wherever you turn.
Look through our open emergency medicine jobs in New York to see what’s available.
Sure, the winters are cold here, but Minnesota has beautiful summers and some of the best fishing in the country. If you prefer to stay indoors, the Mall of America near Minneapolis-St. Paul can keep you entertained for hours, as can the Walker Art Center and the resorts at Brainerd Lakes.
You might not know it, but St. Paul is home to some striking architecture as well, including the Cathedral of St. Paul and the Minnesota State Capitol.
Find out more about open emergency medicine jobs in Minnesota to get started.
Though these four destinations are vastly different, you’re sure to gain the experience you want and enjoy more flexibility in your schedule by taking locum tenens jobs here.