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    Moonlighting Pay?

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    typically $50-100 per hour

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    I am An IMG will be applying residency this year.GC holder,have 5 years of clinical experience in foreign country .pls let me know what kind of job can I get in hospital without license,I read that some clinics provide opportunity with less pay than typical moonlighting.

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    You can't get a job as a physician, but you may be able to get a job as an assistant or phlebotomist or something like that... but it's scut work and it does not generally pay well at all.

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    getting very good pay is not mine basic purpose ,i just need job with some compensation,but for assistant and phlebotomist they require license.I applied a lot but they label 'over qualified'.Hard to realise other person;;;

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    can I moonlight and then go work during the day in residency . Will i get in trouble

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrBA View Post
    can I moonlight and then go work during the day in residency . Will i get in trouble
    Only your PD can answer that. Different states (and programs) will have different sets of regulations and requirements for moonlighting. I will say that stacking shifts without sleep is a pretty good way to piss off your colleagues and make significant errors.

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    Depends on the location and where/what you're doing while moonlighting. Here, we can moonlight in ER's for $200/hr in some places, $100/hr in others, don't know of anybody who is moonlighting for less.
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    I know a lot of 3rd yr residents who moonlight in low volume ER's. They are able to obtain malpractice coverage through the agency. It never hurts to talk with a recruiter to see if you are eligible/interested in the work they have available. I'm and EMT and have recently begun working with a medical group as a recruiter, i'd love to talk to any of you about what your options are and at the very least offer some advice on the best way to approach moonlighting cautiously. Give me a call at 888-264-0330.

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    i've heard about $1000/night in good ER or trauma bays

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