Extracurricular medical practice (moonlighting) refers to voluntary, compensated, medically-related work, not related with training requirements, performed outside or within the institution where the House Officer is in training or at any of its related participating sites. House officers are not required to engage in moonlighting, either internally or externally, but are allowed to moonlight provided such practice does not interfere with the ability of the House Officer to achieve the goals and objectives of the educational program, and does not interfere with the House Officer's fitness for work nor compromise patient safety The University of Michigan malpractice insurance does not extend to extracurricular medical practice outside the University of Michigan Health System. Any extracurricular medical practice which requires that the House Officer assume continuing responsibility for patients is not permitted, as it may interfere with his/her responsibilities at the University of Michigan Health System.