I work in an OB/GYN clinic and the thing I love the best is actually getting to know your patients. You see them fairly frequently and can develop a great relationship, which also means you can assess better because you know their history. Also, I love working in such close contact with the MDs. Ours are FANTASTIC! As well as our NPs. They love to teach and are always willing to explain reasoning for their plan of care or show you new things you may have never known about. I honestly can't see myself ever leaving where I am. As far as specific questions, I don't know what they'll ask you but review your basic OB stuff. What you need to be in a clinic is a fast learner - that's what I would mention during my interview. As a nurse, you may be asked to cover a few different areas (triage, floor, in-office procedures) and you need to be able to pick up on things quickly.