*reposting from the ambulatory nursing thread because I realized it's probably more relevant here*I just had an interview for an RN position at an ob/gyn clinic that's part of a local large hospital system. I've been interested in doing outpatient nursing ever since I got out of nursing school, but I've been working in inpatient antepartum/mother-baby for the past 3 years in order to get myself some solid experience first. I've loved the inpatient world so far but I feel ready to make the switch.I'm really excited about this opportunity, but at this clinic I'd be the only RN, which makes me nervous! I expressed this to the interviewer and she assured me that they were specifically looking for someone who had current inpatient experience, and they would tailor the orientation to acclimate me to the new setting. I'm so used to having 3-4 other RNs on with me on the unit. Feels like a ton of pressure to be the only nurse!Also, my experience with gyn is limited to a small population of post-op gyn patients at my first job, so I'm worried I'd be a deer in the headlights when it comes to gyn patients in the clinic...I'd love to hear experinces/advice from people who made the transition from inpatient ob to the outpatient ob/gyn. Did you feel prepared after your inpatient experience or was it like learning from scratch?