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Why MedLink

Why MedLink?

When you choose MedLink for your locum tenens needs, you’re choosing experts with over 30 years of experience. You’re also choosing a service-oriented team that is dedicated to making our clients’ – whether they’re hospitals and practices or physicians – locum tenens experience as frictionless as possible.

MedLink was formed in 1999, originally to address the anesthesia physician staffing needs of hospitals and group practices in the southeast. Recognizing the needs in other specialties, the company expanded to providing services throughout the US in several other specialty areas to include emergency medicine, hospital medicine, surgery-all subspecialties –pulmonary medicine & critical care to name a few. We enjoy the pace and temperament of working with physician specialists, and the complexity of executive level client relationships associated with providing specialists on a locum tenens basis.

Today, MedLink has a reputation of being the go-to source for quick resolution of any physician staffing issues you may be experiencing.

We are the nation’s leading provider for medium and long-term physician staffing needs, and of speciality locum tenens services.

Our Value

MedLink is a provider of physician services in several key specialties. Our solutions stabilize departments, eliminate unexpected gaps in coverage and achieve measurable improvements in providing care without changing the entire panel of physicians.

Our affiliated physicians have solid track records of providing exceptional care and we maintain very high standards of customer service in everything we do.

Whether your need is for a “half-time” physician or several physicians for a few months or a year, MedLink has the resources to enhance your specialty care service lines.

Our services include:

  1. Deploying specialty physician resources
  2. Binding malpractice coverage
  3. Physician payment processing
  4. Physician credentialing in accordance with medical staff requirements
  5. Managing the day-to-day activities associated with the provision of outsourced specialty care