I will be finishing up my FNP this summer and have had many wonderful clinical experiences. Yesterday, as I was leaving my Peds clinical site, I was asked by another Dr. in the building to come and see him. This family MD worked with me for 75 hours last year and has arranged for me to do hours with him in the office and also set up many specialties (Derm, Endo, Rheum, Cardio etc...) over the next two months. Two of the preceptors I have worked with are with the same group and all of the specialists that I will be spending time with are also a part of this group. I did not ask the Dr. to set up these specialties, he offered. Well, yesterday when I went to see him, he said that he heard that I do not want to work in the Urgent Care (associated with this group). I explained to him that while I have not made any decisions about where I will go (or been offered or accepted any job offers) that I was not sure that I wanted to go to Urgent Care as a new grad because although I know the experience is terrific, the volume of patients you have to see is extremely high as is the burnout rate and I am not sure that it would be the best move for me or my family. I reiterated that I am still open to all oppurtunities and do not plan on interviewing anywhere until I have passed my boards and the fact that he has gone out of his way to set up these great experiences will be taken into consideration. He mumbled (jokingly, I hope - but am not certain) something about putting all this time and effort into training me. So I guess my question is this - Just what do I owe him? Certainly, I have had many preceptors (5 in fact) some who are also quite vocal about wanting to join their organizations as well, but none who seem to expect something in return. I of course will give him a wonderful thank you note and gift card as I do all my preceptors. Maybe I am just overthinking this, but it really rubbed me wrong and I start clinicals with him on Monday. Just interested in your feedback.