Interim Physicians, LLC – Illinois
Interim Physicians has a locum tenens job opening for a full-time Anesthesiologist to work at a facility in Illinois.+ Monday through Friday, 8-hour… DocCafe
Interim Physicians, LLC – Texas
Interim Physicians has a locum tenens Hospitalist opening in Texas.+ San Antonio area hospital+ Night coverage needed+ No codes+ No procedures… DocCafe
Interim Physicians, LLC – Missouri
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Interim Physicians LLC – Creve Coeur, MO
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Interim Physicians, LLC – North Carolina
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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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Hard working colleagues trying to succeed in a rough environment.
This company has a multitude of issues, but they all point back to one thing - the CEO and owner, Tim Hand. He is untrustworthy (doesn't keep promises), lacks industry knowledge (came from IT, not locums), and mistreats his employees - shows favoritism towards "good ole boys" and "yes men". I worked there for about one year and witnessed him belittling employees several times, raising his voice, called one an "idiot" publically, and even asked for an employee to be fired due to her being pregnant. He's a know-it-all, never listens to great ideas from his employees, and treats his employees like numbers. So it's no surprise that the turnover is so high and great employees with solid experience leave so quickly. No one stays because they can't stand working for Tim.
Advice to Management
Tim should sell the business because he'll never change. The company needs a new owner and/or CEO that treat employees better and recognizes that most of the experienced ones have great ideas. If a change isn't made in ownership or at the CEO level, the company will continue to falter and Time will be solely responsible for running it into the ground. NALTO members all share this same view but no one is willing to tell this to Tim because they are afraid and they know that he won't listen anyhow.