physician careers

Find your perfect position with Wapiti Medical Staffing

Locum tenens assignments

Find your perfect physician career with Wapiti Medical Staffing. Some physicians make a full-time career out of working locum tenens. Others moonlight as a way to supplement their regular income. Maybe you’re just starting out your physician career. Maybe you’re a seasoned veteran. Whatever your situation, Wapiti has short and long-term locum jobs available in a variety of settings:

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT LOCUM

These are excellent income opportunities. Longer shifts available, allowing you to spend weeks off per month while earning a full-time pay.

INPATIENT HOSPITALIST LOCUM

Work as the single Hospitalist in a facility or as part of team in mid-sized hospitals with reasonable workloads.

URGENT CARE LOCUM

Wapiti offers Urgent Care shifts for those who desire a faster pace outside of the Emergency Room.

CLINIC LOCUM

Work in underserved, small communities where you will be appreciated and the patient load is comfortable.

perm placement

Wapiti will help you find a long-term, full-time position in your preferred setting and geographic location. We work with many hospitals and healthcare facilities and can connect you to a physician career in a variety of specialty areas.

Take the stress out of your job search by using Wapiti’s perm placement staffing services. Call us at (888) 733-4428 or submit your information to contact@wapitimedical.com to get started. 

REFER A COLLEAGUE

Refer a colleague to Wapiti and get paid! Submit a Physician, Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, or CRNA and Wapiti will pay you for each hour your referral works during their first 90 days with our organization. Help a friend or colleague find a new physician career!

Are You Ready For Exciting New Challenges?

Trust your career to Wapiti, the first name in healthcare staffing.

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