I work in primary care Monday thru Friday 8a-5p. Our office schedules the last AM appointment at 11a and the last PM appointment at 4p. Our lunch hours are from 12p - 1:30p. I usually leave the office at 6p, but sometimes earlier depending on how busy the day was. I seldom chart at home or on the weekends, but Epic is available to me on my laptop if needed. It's taken me some time, but I've learned that I can't finish EVERYTHING in 1 day, that my work is never actually done. It's not like a 12-hr shift where one can pass off what wasn't done to the next nurse. I don't have admin time, so I've learned to prioritize my work and complete the most urgent tasks first.
Overall, I would say my work-life balance is better than as an RN. I did have more days off as an RN, but it's nice having the evenings, weekends, and holidays off along with the rest of the working world. If I ever need to take some time off from work, my clinic manager is pretty accommodating. I try to give her as much notice as possible, so it's easier to reschedule patients.