If you want to score a doctor's office/day clinic job you have 2 options:
1. Be an MA because that's what probably 90% of private practice doctors and clinics hire now. Have fun supporting your family on $12/hr
2. Get your BSN, work in hospitals for a couple of years, get ANCC Certified in Ambulatory Care, get your ACLS, PALS, and study a specialty carefully - so if you work for a specialist you can bring something to the professional table.
Doc office jobs as an RN, that pay well, are like UNICORNS: pretty much a myth these days. If you really want something like this you will have to stand WAY OUT and above the crowd. The only way to do that in such a saturated, competitive market like this is with EXPERIENCE - in Med Surg, bedside hospital nursing, Certification, & a BSN. Even school, case management and public health nursing (where the M-F, 9-5 schedule is common) jobs seek experience in hospital nursing on the resume.
I understand family, but I would explore other careers if you actually think the nursing world is going to cater to your schedule and needs first. This profession's purpose is to serve patients' needs before your own. Your post sounds unrealistic and entitled, both qualities private practice doctors who need day RNs in their offices DO NOT look for. Sorry but I had to speak up - I work M-F, 9-5 now, but it took some hard time in the trenches, on the floors, studying and certification to get here.