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Things I Don't Love About Practicing in My State


No one said you have to love every aspect of where you live. Here are a few things our advisory board says could be improved in their state.

Last year at this time, we asked members of our advisory board what they loved about practicing in their state.

There were medical reasons, personal reasons, and physical reasons (such as proximity or features). All told, the members seemed pretty happy with where they had opened up a practice.

However, it's not all peaches and cream. This year, in honor of the Best States to Practice, we went the opposite route and asked them to tell us the things they don't like about their state. This time around, they focused on the medical reasons. Here's what they had to say.

(What's one thing you don't like about practicing medicine in your state? Share your thoughts below in the comments section or by tweeting us @PhysiciansPract.)

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