How are you paid by the hospital where you moonlight? Are you on their payroll? If you get a W2 (as opposed to a 1099-MISC, for instance) from them, you are merely their employee and therefore your income is treated the same as your regular job. And as such your expenses that relate to that job are not deductible as profit/loss on a Schedule C. Part-time/full-time makes no difference. Schedule C is only for when you are in business for yourself, not for when you are an employee.
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