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Full- and part-time faculty at KU School of Medicine and KU resident physicians.
Hospitals, clinics and urgent care facilities in 100 Kansas counties.
KLT provides coverage for family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, and med-peds physicians. Residents can be in any KU residency program as long as they have residency program director’s approval and meet eligibility requirements.
Have completed one year of residency training, a full license issued by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts, a DEA certificate, medical professional liability insurance (sponsorships available), and residency program director’s approval.
Yes, at the discretion of the residency program director.
Most coverages occur over the weekend and range from 48 to 60 hours on an on-call basis. Monday–Friday clinic coverage is also requested.
Yes, residents are required to report all locum tenens/moonlighting activities in duty hour reports. We help with scheduling to comply with ACGME duty hour rules and require off-site lodging to be provided.
Visit Resident Profile Form to complete the resident profile form.
Visit KLT Insurance Form to apply for the sponsorship. If a resident has already purchased insurance, there may be an opportunity for them to be reimbursed through the sponsorship.
NEW rate structure! We are excited to be able to offer organizations the ability to set their own competitive locum tenens rates that are 100% paid to the resident. In addition, we have sponsorships available to cover the resident’s medical professional liability insurance (up to a $1,400 value).
Please direct inquiries to Andrea Ellis at 316.293.2649 and we’ll get them set up to be a KLT site. Rural Health Education and Services (RHES) does not charge an administrative fee and organizations set their own KLT rates.
For almost 25 years, RHES has managed the KLT program by partnering with organizations who need coverage and KU faculty and residents who want to learn and earn. RHES does not charge organizations for KLT service. In addition, RHES offers administrative services to faculty and residents by sharing coverage opportunities and assisting with completing contracts and forms.
Yes. Documentation required that shows limits of 1 million/3 million are met as required by KLT. Reimbursement up to $1400/year, prorated based on expiration.
Yes. KLT maintains a database recording all coverages completed by each resident sponsored and insurance effective and expiration dates.
Medical professional liability insurance policy with limits of 1 million/3 million must be purchased within 60 days. KLT requires resident physician to submit a copy of the insurance policy within those 60 days.
Yes. Kansas City resident physicians will receive the insurance subsidy in their normal paychecks and taxes will be taken out accordingly. Resident physicians in Wichita and Salina will be paid directly and receive 1099s.
Kansas City resident physicians please allow at least 2 pay periods to receive the payment. Resident physicians in Wichita and Salina please allow approximately 30 days for payment.
Any one scheduled coverage, no matter the length of coverage, is determined a service coverage assignment.