Docs Who Care has great moonlighting opportunities for residents! Through the years we’ve worked with many residents from residency programs all over the Midwest. As long as you have completed at least 18 months of residency and have the approval of your residency director, we welcome the opportunity to work with you for moonlighting assignments.
You must have a valid active status state license, DEA, state narcotics certification (if needed) as well as ATLS, ACLS, and PALS certifications. For residents in Kansas, you will have to secure professional liability coverage and we can help steer you in the right direction to obtain a quote. For those seeking to work in Colorado, Missouri, Iowa, or Nebraska, we have a liability policy we can add you to for a small hourly fee. Please refer to Resources and Links.
Docs Who Care has many weekend and PRN opportunities that will work with your residency schedule. Of course, we are always willing to be flexible to accommodate call duty hour restrictions, as well.
Moonlighting during residency with Docs Who Care is a great way to gain confidence and experience rural medicine in an independent setting. It is also a great way to make extra money during weekends, off days, or vacation time.