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Permanent Family Practice Position in Lexington, KY
(Physician/MD qualifications required) Family Practice - Family Medicine/ Internal Medicine Opportunities Lexington, KY
Various practice opportunities located around the greater Lexington, KY area. Join this well respected Health System. Option of setting up a practice or joining an existing practice. Live in Lexington or give yourself space if you choose to live out in the country. Many options here. Outpatient practices with Hospitalist support in the community. Health System is hiring due to expansion within the primary care arena. Check out why you would want to live in Lexington, KY!
Lexington, at the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, is a very special city and a wonderful place to live. "Top 10 Reasons to Live in Lexington"
Proximity to Louisville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Nashville and Knoxville - Sometimes referred to as a "big small town", Lexington retains a great deal of small town charm despite its rank as Kentucky's 2nd largest city. But, no matter how great Lexington is, it's nice to know that you have easy access to other major metropolitan areas, and Lexington is located within a few hours of many. Low Crime Rate - With a lower-than-average crime rate, Lexington is a city where people feel safe walking around the city at night and with good reason. Shopping and Dining - For a city of its size, Lexington offers a plethora of shopping opportunities. Featuring the largest mall in the state (Fayette Mall), Lexington boasts dozens of national chain stores as well as numerous boutique and specialty stores scattered throughout this pretty, historic city. In the area of dining, Lexington, which is purported to rank among the top in the nation for restaurants per capita, features not only dozens of national chain restaurants, but also features a large number of unique, locally-owned eateries as well.
Strong Economy - With its abundance of healthcare, government and technology jobs, the Lexington economy is one of the nation's most stable. Economists have referred to Lexington as having "a fortified economy, strong in manufacturing, technology and entrepreneurial support, benefiting from a diverse, balanced business base".
As of July 2008, the Lexington Metro Area had an unemployment rate of only 5.4%, compared to a national average of 6.1%. Due, in part, to its strong economy, Lexington has been named to several national lists as one of the country's most desirable places to it was named the 5th best city for "Businesses and Careers" in 2008 by Forbes Magazine, and
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