Originally Posted by Socrates25
1. Generally it is hospitalist work or ER work. Most urgent care places that I know of wont take peds moonlighters unless its attached to a pediatric ER or something. I've heard of some academic or peds clinics having moonlighters, but we didnt have that at my program.
I'd also add nursery coverage too. Sort of a nursery only hospitalist which would involve going to deliveries and the like.
My feeling is that moonlighting is getting very hard to do with limited work hours. Remember that you've got to fit everything into your limitations, including moonlighting hours.
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