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Reply RichardCer
9:28 AM on November 19, 2017 
Doctors have many challenges to face as they are perennially surrounded by patients, diseases, hospital duties and over-extended or odd shift timings. Universally, doctor is considered to be a noble profession and respectable one at that, but a doctor also has to work under immense pressures, emotional strains and other physical challenges.


A regular physician like most of us at some point face will have to deal with personal situations such as important family affairs, family holidays, sickness or pregnancy that may force them to abandon medical duties. At the same time, a hospital or a healthcare facility is also constantly faced with emergency situations that demand all hands on deck round-the-clock. Therefore, every hospital, clinic or nursing home is compelled to hire locum tenens or substitute doctor in order to keep the staffing under control at all times.


In fact, locum doctors are the most valuable asset for the medical community because they provide quality medical care and act as a helping-hand in emergency situations when the medical facilities need them the most.

Unlike regular or permanent doctors, locum doctor jobs are also ideal career options for medical interns and graduates because they offer a wide array of medical exposure in varied medical specialties, work cultures and healthcare systems. Locum jobs are challenging and flexible, thus an increasing number of medical professionals have benefitted from these jobs, so whether one is looking for a family physicians position or in a hospital or in a clinic, locum jobs for doctors are available at all levels and in different healthcare systems.


In addition, being a locum doctor gives a medical professional the control over their working hours, location of work and choice of area of specialisation. Technically, locum positions are not restricted to general physicians but they are also extended to other fields of medical specialisations such as cardiology, neurology and many more.

Travelling can be an integral part of locum jobs, and these distinctive features are a boon for many dedicated medical professionals who are eager to expand their medical careers with loads of multi-cultural medical experiences. The fact that locum agencies in the UK recruit tens of thousands of locums from across the globe in various NHS hospitals, private clinics, nursing homes and other public hospitals speaks volume of the popularity of locum jobs.


Locating or getting a locum tenens job is a simple task as long as you are registered with one of the many reputable locum agencies. These agencies act as the middle man between locum tenens and medical facilities, and they also look after all the details pertaining to travel for locum tenens, accommodation and the nature of locum work.

Thus, maintaining a healthy locum doctor-agency relationship benefits both the parties, and it also increases the probability of getting recommendable employment opportunities and businesses or vice-versa.
Reply RichardSindy
11:05 AM on November 6, 2017 
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Reply Lelandfen
8:26 PM on September 17, 2017 
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Reply Paul
6:51 AM on July 27, 2015 
Thank you so much for this site. It is my new favourite.
Some fabulous memories and sadness as to what we have lost.
Reply Vin Dicated
8:21 AM on April 26, 2015 
G'day, love the work you've put in. Just posting to let you know that YouTube have muted the 1990 Magarey Medal video for some reason.
Reply Josh
3:44 AM on August 22, 2014 
hi just wondering if anyone has a dvd of the SANFL 2012 semi final between Norwood and West Adelaide?
Reply Mark
9:03 AM on June 24, 2014 
any chance you have a link which states recently added or have I missed it?
That way when I come back and visit I can see latest added video at an instant
Great site!
Reply Gavin
10:04 PM on May 26, 2014 
would be fantastic if anyone could come up with a copy of the trial game between port adelaide and geelong in early 1990
Reply John
10:01 PM on January 31, 2014 
Great site. My only small complaint is that why is It mentioned that the 1991 Grand Final was the first one in 42 years not to feature Norwood, Port, Sturt or Glenelg, but the much more impressive statistic that the 2000 Grand Final was the first one ever not to feature one of Norwood, Port, Sturt or North. Surely 103 years is a much more impressive stat than 42 years.
Reply david prigent
1:25 AM on December 31, 2013 
could someone tell me please how i can get a video dvd of 1970s scrapbook video ?
Reply David
5:02 AM on June 22, 2013 
Test
Reply The Archiver
12:54 AM on April 26, 2013 
mike 2wall says...
Can anybody tell me what football teams played at" The Adelaide Oval" on 25th April 1947.


Mike nobody did, this is the round 1 fixture from that year:
26/04/1947 Adelaide Sturt 15 11 101 West Adelaide 16 13 109
Reply mike 2wall
7:09 PM on April 25, 2013 
Can anybody tell me what football teams played at" The Adelaide Oval" on 25th April 1947.
Reply Manny Gian
7:45 PM on March 9, 2013 
Do you have a copy of the 1967 Adelaide versus Victoria in an interstate match.
Adelaide won.

Thanks
Manny
Reply The Archiver
4:36 AM on October 1, 2012 
Andrw Jarman says...
good job boys, be sure to pass this site onto Fiveaa.

They already know about it Jars. Just need to get Cornsey to lend us his video tape collection.
Reply Andrw Jarman
1:28 AM on October 1, 2012 
good job boys, be sure to pass this site onto Fiveaa.
Reply David Schwartz
6:23 AM on June 11, 2012 
Do you have any footage of Gordon Schwartz on Channel 7 World of Sport?
Reply JH
11:58 AM on March 23, 2012 
can't thank you enough for this site. brings back a lot of memories and its great to finally be able to see footage I've heard about for many years but have never seen because it hasn't been commercially available. the SANFL should be paying you for this!
Reply WA Football Video Archive
8:43 PM on March 4, 2012 
Great work, fellas. Your work in SA inspired us to get the WA archive up and running and it's great to see you are still working as hard as ever to save the history of SA footy.