Fp After Residency

Discussion in 'Family Medicine' started by mdsquared, Nov 4, 2003.

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  1. mdsquared

    mdsquared Member 7+ Year Member

    Oct 3, 2003
    I was just curious about what a b/c fp can do after residency. I hear a lot of peole getting jobs with firms or starting their own practice and working 8-5. Are these physicians allowed to moonlight at some hospitals for like $60/hour at times when they don't work? Also, can a b/c fp work in a hospital after residency? If yes, in which dept. are they in?
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  3. seattledoc

    seattledoc Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    Aug 11, 2003
    FP's typically work for: Hospital owned office, private group (as a partner eventually), or solo. At least this is the case in Seattle.

    These physicians ought to be able to moonlight but would most likely make more than $60/hour at their own practice if they know what they're doing. Better off to just add hours at primary workplace.

    FP's can work in hospitals here but that may not be the case in all hospitals, east coast being more restrictive in this situation. And they would be in the FP dept of course.

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