I am a new graduate and just finished my first week at a pediatric clinic. Sorry you haven't had any responses yet, and I'm assuming you have either started already or moved on to something else, but here's my input!
As a new graduate, and someone who doesn't thrive in extreme stress like some of my peers (e.g. ER) ... this is a great job for me as a "beginner". In comparing my clinic job to my rotations in the hospital, the clinic is a little more "relaxed" ... still busy, don't get me wrong. In general, there's a lot of repetition - lots of sick visits involving fevers, rashes, sore throats, etc. and lots of physicals / well child exams. So for me, the repetition is helping me learn quicker. Also, I really wanted to work in postpartum with newborns, but since it's so hard to get a job in a hospital, and in LDRP nonetheless, this was a great compromise because I get to see newborns around age 5 or 6 days of life and then I will get to watch them grow up as they come to visit their doctor each time!
The other thing you can't beat about a clinic is the hours ... no night shifts, no weekends, no holidays (except my clinic doesn't give paid holidays, which is a bummer
). Also, pediatric doctors are a little different then other doctors, they don't seem to think of themselves as the "higher" power like some docs do. In our clinic there is a nurse for each physician (which I assume it's the same way at other clinics, but I don't know for sure) ... they all say their nurse is like their partner, not someone "below" them, if you know what I mean.
Anyway, I'm curious to what you decided to do! Hope everything worked out the way you hoped!