Such great posts above!!
Not sure this idea would help, but, most clinics are only open Mon-Fri, with set hours, no beds in them. This is true of most clinics, like doctor offices, community health care centers, women's health care clinics, etc.
But, some clinics do have beds in them, such as walk in care centers, and outpatient surgery centers.
Also, IV team is kind of different type of nursing. Usually, you are not responsible/not involved for anything but the IV itself. You get to run all over the house, and see everything going on. There is much running about, on your feet all day, but, it is a different form of nursing. (can be stressful though, esp the central lines and time budgets)
Special Procedures in radiology involves sedating the patient while the procedure is being done, nice work, imo, but, requires extensive experience.
I've never done school nursing, and that'd involve having the right kind of experience and knowledge, but, that might become a goal for you, too.
Pediatric home care, most definitely involves a bed, but *most* of the patients there, are very small. It is generally a low stress day.
and i so agree with GreenTea, that cardiac rehab nursing was kinda cushy work. You mostly hook the patients to monitors, (almost always, these are outpatient people, who drove themselves there) and run strips and a few vitals while they walk on treadmills, etc. I tended to get a little bored there, just watching folks walking on treadmills and other equip, but, there are no beds in that room, and it might provide a more relaxing day for you.