Time flies. Keep up.

Posted by VISTA Staffing on Jan 2, 2014 11:59:00 AM

It is not easy—when you have been in medicine for a long time and worked in a lot of places—to get through all the documentation material and pick up a new license or two when you decide to sign up to work with locum tenens staffing agencies.But (VISTAites) Bessie Thornton, Chris Taylor and Sean Clark have been very good to me and have found me good situations to work in. It does take some focus and attention to keep the work situation going while making sure you have the time you need to climb, hike, fish, ski, play tennis, golf and keep the house from falling apart.My move to Colorado has accentuated the way time flies with the change of seasons vs. living in California where there is little change of season. Makes it more important to keep your scheduling skills sharp and VISTA has been a big help to me.


My daughter and I climbed Capitol Peak August 2007

Climbing Mt. Elbert, October 2007.

Climbing Mt. Elbert, October 2007.

Aspen glow in the Andes, from our skiing trip to Portillo, Chile.

Aspen glow in the Andes, from our skiing trip to Portillo, Chile.


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Founded in 1990, VISTA Staffing Solutions helps hospitals, medical practices, and government agencies in the US optimize their physician staffing, ensure quality and continuity of care for patients, and maintain financial stability. A leading provider of US Locum Tenens and Permanent Physician Search Services, VISTA has over 28 years of experience providing award-winning service in the locum tenens industry.

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