“I was able to pay off my medical school loans
in just a year and a half!”

-Eileen Rowe, DO

Docs Who Care is a perfect fit for the busy resident – real life moonlighting practice while earning extra income.

Moonlighting with Docs Who Care

Because we genuinely care about you! We want you to gain confidence and the exposure you need while serving our rural communities in need. We do this by offering:

  • Competitive compensation
  • No minimum commitment – you have control over when you work
  • Unparalleled support – we care about you and want to make sure you have the best possible placements to suit your needs.
  • Many weekend and PRN opportunities as well as call duty hour restrictions.
Lindsay Williams, MD

Partner since 2015

Karin Liljestrand, MD

Partner since 2007

Requirements

As long as you’ve completed at least 18 months of residency and have the approval of your residency program director, we welcome the opportunity to work with you for moonlighting assignments. Other requirements include:

  • Valid active status state license, DEA, state narcotics certification (if needed)
  • ATLS, ACLS, and PALS certifications; sometimes BLS
  • 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.

Testimonials

Our Residents Say it Best

Moonlighting boosted my confidence and let me apply what I was learning in residency. It made me realize I enjoyed doing acute care.

- Lindsay Williams, MD

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It’s been so great to moonlight during residency but additionally, it’s worked really well for me afterward to have flexibility of when and where I travel – especially for me being able to have my family involved.  It’s been great to be able to check out new faces, because I worked in clinics and urgent […]

- Danielle Villalobos, MD

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The growth has been phenomenal for me. Being out in a rural hospital setting, you are forced to be the very best for your patients, even more than you would do in an urban setting, where you would rely more on all of the other providers to help you out… I think it’s a great […]

- Rommel Asagwara, MD

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One of the best reasons to moonlight with Docs Who Care during residency is to get some autonomy and learn how to manage patients on your own. This is a fantastic and safe way to get some extra experience and extra learning.

- Taylor Kinney, MD

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