ATLANTA, April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical Doctor Associates, LLC (MDA) is pleased to announce the renewal of its GSA Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) 621-I, Professional and Allied Healthcare Staffing Services. This five-year renewal of our current co
At 74 years old, this physician thought it was time to retire. In their words, "Well friends, retirement just didn’t turn out to be what I had expected."
NORCROSS, GA – FEBRUARY 20, 2017 – Medical Doctor Associates (MDA), a leading provider of physician and advanced practice locum tenens, temporary and temp-to-perm staffing services, announced today they have won Inavero’s Best of Staffing®
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