STRIKE TRAVEL TEAM
Practice in Diverse Settings: ApolloMD Travel Physicians
With more than 100 locations, ApolloMD offers travel physicians the opportunity to work as a part of the Strike Team in top hospitals, teaching facilities and health systems across the country. As a physician-led company, we believe physicians should have greater control over their professional lives. We are currently seeking top emergency physicians and hospitalists to join our selective Strike Team and serve as the “Face of ApolloMD,” representing our practice during new contract transitions.
Full operational support
ApolloMD offers full operational support to our Strike Team, and travel physicians enjoy expanding their practice into diverse settings with all expenses paid. Physicians are provided with an easy and efficient system for coordinating travel. Our Strike Team Operations Director works closely with each physician, supporting clinicians by coordinating schedules and overseeing licensing and credentialing processes so that doctors can focus on what matters most—their patients.
A physician-led organization, ApolloMD offers flexible scheduling that allows you to work on your time. Availability is received well in advance to allow for a consistent schedule that is compatible with your needs and lifestyle. Joining a team of dedicated physicians and APCs makes working with ApolloMD a career rather than just a job.
Learn more about our Strike Team on the ApolloMD Blog! Traveling Physician | 5 Reasons to Join the ApolloMD Strike Team
To further discuss the benefits of joining ApolloMD’s Strike Team, please contact:
Strike Team Medical Director
A Philadelphia native, Dr. Rishi Thakarar attended Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Wellspan York Hospital in 2019. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and has been an outstanding member of our Strike Team since 2019, supporting our practices in NC, GA, and TN.
He enjoys traveling with his fiancée, trying new foods, being active, and playing worse golf than he’d care to admit.