I feel your pain. I flipped in and out of clinical and more business-type jobs for the health system where I work. In fact, I took a $20,000 pay cut going back to clinical work, though overtime has more than made up for that.
Believe it or not, I would just say find a place that is willing to hire you and go for it. There really is no course or magic bullet that can scratch the itch of a great clinical job. One person mentioned getting a part time job doing clinical work. That is great advice. When I was in my last non-clinical job I got a part time gig doing critical care transports. That kept me going for a good year before a great opportunity came up and I gave up all hope of every wanting to wear a tie again. It was EXTREMELY nerve-wracking learning how to do that job as I had not taken care of a critically ill patient for almost 4 years. But I got over that really fast. Once I got rid of all the extraneous "spaghetti" before a transport I usually had 2-3 drips at the most and a vent. Easy / breezy.
Just jump in and don't look back. And I am a guy too - that is important and will give you a leg up looking for work (let the stone throwing begin, but it is true).