Preventive Medicine Training Program
Clinical Medicine Extended Employment
Trainees who have completed clinical training and are board certified in a primary care specialty have the option of participating in moonlighting programs that are sanctioned by the UMMS Office of Graduate Medical Education. Trainees choosing to participate in moonlighting activities are required to obtain approval of the Program Director and to limit the hours to eight per week. The Program Director encourages trainees to choose activities that are related to preventive medicine and public health, e.g.,
- Addiction Medicine
- Primary Care/Urgent Care at Federally Qualified Community Health Center
- Refugee and Immigrant Health
- Public Health clinics
- Rural Health centers, etc.
Moonlighting activities may not be used to fulfill training requirements and may not interfere with Duty Hours requirements. Extended employment is limited to site that are approved by the Office of Graduation Medicine Education. Malpractice is covered for trainees engaged in approved extended employment activities.