North Dakota is one of the most rural states, but that’s one of the reasons family medicine physician Aaron Garman likes practicing there.
Best States to Practice
North Carolina has the best of everything for physicians that make its challenges easier to bear, according to pediatrician Julie Schopps.
Family physician Shankar Santhanam weighs the good and the bad about practicing medicine in New Jersey.
Psychiatrist Michael Privitera explains why New York is beautiful and diverse, in spite of regulatory hurdles for physicians.
Gynecologist Cynthia Cooper explains why practicing medicine in New Hampshire is mostly great for independent-minded physicians.
Physician Philip Briggs discusses the best and worst parts of practicing in New Mexico from his perspective.
Urologist David Hald shares his perspective on practicing medicine in the state of Nevada.
Rheumatologist Robert Valente shares his perspective on practicing medicine in the state of Nebraska.
Surgical oncologist Paul Dale shares his perspective on practicing medicine in the state of Missouri.
Family physician Julie Anderson shares her perspective on practicing medicine in the state of Minnesota.