Second and third years have free time during which they may moonlight. Moonlighting opportunities abound, ranging from ER medicine, urgent care clinics, and physical exams for employers.

In order to moonlight, one must have a full license, DEA number, and moonlighting insurance. Moonlighting is not restricted by the program but you must provide the program coordinator with a monthly summary of hours worked.

Moonlighting may not interfere with other duties and you must get coverage for any term OB patients while you are working. Within these parameters, moonlighting is supported and encouraged as a positive learning experience.