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    Moonlighting/Overnight floater Assistance

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    Thinking ahead, as of my knowledge, the following states will allow you to get your license with less than 3 yrs of your residency. (FMGs ONLY)


    Arkansas 3 yrs UNLESS enrolled in Univ. of AR Training program
    California 2 yrs
    Connecticut 2 yrs
    Florida 2 yrs
    Georgia 1-3 yrs (DONíT KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS???)
    Illinois 2 yrs
    Indiana 2 yrs
    Iowa 2 yrs
    Kentucky 2 yrs
    Maryland 2 yrs
    Massachusetts 2 yrs
    Michigan 2 yrs
    Mississippi 1-3 yrs (DONíT KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS???)
    New Hampshire 2 yrs
    New Mexico 2 yrs
    Ohio 2 yrs
    Oklahoma 2 yrs
    Utah 2 yrs
    Washington 2 yrs
    Wisconsin 1 yr
    Wyoming 2 yrs

    Based on this fact, I would like to know your opinion on how to go about doing moonlighting/Overnight Floater. Which states or programs (if you any know) has great moonlighting/Overnight floater assistance available??

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    When you start looking for a residency program on Freida make sure check on whether the program allows moonlighting. There are some that do not. http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/category/2997.html

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    new jersey also allows 3rd yr residents to moonlight.

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    So only 3 year can moonlight NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    Or can you as a PGY2?
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    why even bother with the obvious. Just know where you are need it and where you can help the most.

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    don't you get licensed after completing your internship and passing step3? Also can you moon light as a family practice doc if you're not in family practice residency? I have a family friend who owns a few family practices he's not a Doc but he hires docs to work in his offices, he pays very well. once licensed would i be able to go work for him on the weekends even though i am not going to be a GP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussianJoo View Post
    don't you get licensed after completing your internship and passing step3? Also can you moon light as a family practice doc if you're not in family practice residency? I have a family friend who owns a few family practices he's not a Doc but he hires docs to work in his offices, he pays very well. once licensed would i be able to go work for him on the weekends even though i am not going to be a GP?

    do you mind sharing which state he lives in? This is something I would be interested in since the state I am going to do Residency in doesn't allow Moonlighting until the 3rd year for FMG's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butters View Post
    do you mind sharing which state he lives in? This is something I would be interested in since the state I am going to do Residency in doesn't allow Moonlighting until the 3rd year for FMG's.

    he's in nj but I don't think he really needs docs. he would give me a job there part time since i am a family friend, also you have to speak russian since most of the pts are russians.

    But I was just posting to see if we're aloud to moonlight as a gp even though we completed a different specialty. Also i don't think nj allows you to moonlight till 3rd year as well.
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