Locum tenens jobs through Georgia Medical Staffing offer highly competitive pay
(often more than a typical permanent job) based on location and medical specialty.
Locum tenens physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants are paid as independent
contractors on an every two-week basis at an agreed-upon rate.
Because locums are independent contractors, Georgia Medical Staffing does not withhold taxes
from paychecks. Working as an independent contractor may offer tax advantages, such as the ability
to deduct certain expenses and healthcare insurance premiums. (Contact your tax advisor for
more information on working as an independent contractor.)