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  • Quest Imaging Solution Asset

    Phone Number

    1-702-710-9344

    Our Location

    6340 S. Sandhill Rd, Suite 8. Las Vegas, NV 89120

    Here are 12 best cities and states for physicians to practice, according to Medscape’s Best and Worst Places to Practice: 2013 report.
    The cities and states are listed by region. Here are the cities and states that topped the list for 2013:
    Southeast and South Central regions
    Best state: Texas, with low physician density and cost of living, and few malpractice claims per capita
    Best city: Austin, Texas, with an abundance of outdoor activities and live music
    West and Northwest regions
    Best state: Idaho, with affordable cost of living, low physician density and good housing market
    Best city: Boise, with good quality schools, low crime rate and the Rocky Mountains
    Southeast region
    Best state: Tennessee, with good physician compensation, no state income tax and mild climate
    Best cities: Nashville and Memphis, with good work-life balance reports, cultural amenities and music appreciation
    Mid-Atlantic region
    Best state: Virginia, with reasonable cost of living, below average physician density and low tax burden
    Best cities: Arlington and Reston, with active downtown areas, recreational options and expanded commuting options
    Great Lakes and North Central regions
    Best state: Indiana, with good value and compensation, low malpractice payout and balanced lifestyle
    Best city: Indianapolis, with strong healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, enthusiasm for sports and museums
    Northeast region
    Best state: New Hampshire, with ample nursing and PA support, low tax burden and affordable cost of living
    Best cities: Manchester and Nashua, with low cost of living and tax base, cultural opportunities and scenic environment
    Sources: Becker’s Spine Review