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Current Locum Tenens Assignments Available in Delaware

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But we do have positions in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia that you might be interested in.

Delaware: It packs a punch

Delaware may be the second smallest state, but it packs a lot of punch. There isn't a place in this small state that's more than 30 miles from salt water and a spectacular beach. It's also an area known for festivals. From music to chocolate to arts to regular ol' state fairscelebrate this little state with big views as soon as you can. There's more, too. This place is a great jumping-off point for all-things Northeast. Go on. Eat, sleep and breathe in the magical Northeast region.

Interested in a locum tenens opportunity in Delaware? It takes about eight weeks to obtain a locum tenens license. We see opportunities in a range of specialties depending on the need. You’ll add diversity to your CV and help a community in need, all while you explore The First State.