Moonlighting is when physicians pick up extra shifts at their home hospital or surrounding, local hospitals in addition to working their normal jobs. It helps provide needed coverage and staffing at these hospitals while helping doctors supplement their income and improve their clinical skills.
Apollo is a web-based platform designed to match moonlighting physicians with hiring hospitals. See our about page to learn more.
Apollo is free for doctors, both attendings and residents, and healthcare institutions to sign up.
To start using Apollo and begin moonlighting, just click the enroll button and enter in some basic information. We will notify you once jobs become available in your area and help you apply from there.
For hospitals, acute care centers, and clinics, have your HR department sign up with Apollo and start posting your job needs now! Once we find qualified candidates for your jobs, we will notify you and the applicant to help facilitate rapid job filling.
Definitely. Residents are some of the most prominent moonlighters. It can help supplement income tremendously and be used to help pay off student debt.
With Apollo, you don’t have to worry about all the little details and headaches that come with getting paid. We make it easy for you by handling all the paperwork with the hospitals. After we match you up, hospitals will direct deposit all your earnings into your bank account so that you can do what you do best – help and heal patients.
For healthcare centers, Apollo functions as an innovative way to help solve your staffing problems. We offer help for both moonlighting positions and locums tenens positions that need to be filled. Simply enroll and post your job needs to our platform, then we take care of the rest. We search through our database of physicians that are qualified for your job and help match them up with you based on their proximity to you.
Yes! Most physicians work a full-time job and moonlight on the side to help continue bettering their practice, help nearby hospitals, and supplement their income. Others use moonlighting as a way to stay active while working part-time. However, a few contracts do have hour restrictions or non-compete clauses, therefore we advise checking with your home HR department to see whether you are able to.
Nope. If you do not have your own malpractice insurance, we will match you up with hospitals that provide insurance to their moonlighters. If you do have your own malpractice insurance, this will open up many more opportunities for you. It will allow us to match you with institutions that either provide or do not provide insurance