Locum Tenens Emergency Physicians and Hospitalists

We work with thousands of organizations, hospitals, and medical practices, across the U.S. that need talented emergency medicine and critical care physicians for short- and long-term assignments.

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Locum Tenens Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Are you an emergency medicine or critical care physician looking for your next opportunity? Look no further!

The Annals of Emergency Medicine predicts a 13.4% increase in Emergency Care visits by 2030. Time is of the essence when treating emergent health conditions, and facilities are rushing to keep their departments adequately staffed to increase chances of patient recovery. That’s why we add locum tenens emergency medicine and critical care jobs to our Barton site daily.

Emergency medicine and critical care physicians play a crucial role within healthcare facilities, treating emergency room patients who make up a yearly average of 42% of hospital patient populations. More emergency physicians and hospitalists are turning to locum tenens to experience working with freedom and flexibility while saving lives.

Our locums receive the industry’s best licensing and credentialing, as well as travel support. Our goal is to make your assignments as simple and efficient as possible.

So whenever you find yourself searching for emergency medicine or critical care jobs - Barton has your back!

To get started, talk with one of our experienced recruiters by filling out our form or browse our extensive locum tenens job board.

Are you in need of locum tenens coverage for your facility? Learn more about staffing with locums.

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Locum Tenens Healthcare Success Stories

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Dr. Kathryn G. - "I love the personal touch this company puts on working with physicians. My recruiter is always looking for new opportunities for me and has a real sense of what I am looking for and how certain positions would fit into my schedule and my other work. I consider her a friend now that we have worked together for almost 2 years."

Dr. Richard M. - "Barton is THE BEST! Everyone I have talked to has been very professional and wonderful to work with. I want to especially give a great shout out to Jackson Hogan and Nick Viveiros. Each man has been so exceptional in every way. They keep a close line of communication, advising me of everything that is going on and needs to yet be done in the very complex process of getting my husband, Dr Richard Martin, licensed to work in South Dakota, and Jackson was been superb in looking for work for him to do. We aren't finished yet, but we do plan on a long and successful association with Barton for years to come."

Susan S., Healthcare Professional - "Prompt pay. Great customer service!"

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Barton's 3-Step Process

How It Works

Barton coordinates your job search from start to finish!



We’ll schedule a phone consultation with a Barton Associates team member to discuss your interests, goals, and work history in order to get a sense of what you’re looking for in your next job.

Your Barton team will then go to work, compiling a list of open jobs in our extensive network that match your interests and skill set.



Once you’ve had a chance to evaluate your list of opportunities, your Barton rep will submit your information to facility you want to take an assignment at.

If there’s a match, we’ll work with the client manager on next steps.



Don’t worry! Barton Associates will handle licensing, credentialing, and travel arrangements before you arrive.

Your Barton rep will also work with your new facility to ensure you’re set up and ready to go on day one.


Complete the following form to learn more about how we can help you find the perfect opportunity

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These are just a few of the 100+ specialties we work with. Visit our locum tenens job board to search for assignments in your specialty.

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