Looking for a New IONM Career? Experience Small-town Living in Dyer, Indiana

It wouldn’t be a big surprise if you’ve never heard of Dyer, Indiana. Most people haven’t. Since it’s technically in another state, little do people know it’s actually a southeastern suburb of Chicago. A peaceful town with a small town population, its residents have the fantastic benefit of small-town living combined with big city experiences whenever they so choose. Speaking of residents, SpecialtyCare is hiring surgical neurophysiologists in Dyer right now.

Our new hires there will be allocated extra funds for continuing education, membership fees, and dues for professional associations. We also provide tuition reimbursement or repayment assistance and full benefits. If you’re certified, have at least two years of experience and are looking for a change, you should definitely read on.

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Let’s take a look at why Dyer might be the perfect fit for you.

No Traffic or Long Lines

When thinking of the layout of Dyer, it’s best to think of Dyer, Schererville and St. John as basically one big town. They all share the same school system and overlap with stores and restaurants nearby. When considering buying a home, you can easily consider all three. As a neurophysiologist for SpecialtyCare, you would be required to live within 30 minutes driving distance from your hospital, and all three towns are within the radius.

Thanks to the small population (less than 16,000), there’s hardly ever any heavy traffic in Dyer. This gives you more options when house or apartment hunting. And think of how relaxing it would be to hit all the great restaurants nearby (with no long lines) like Little Italy, Ruben’s Mexican Grill or The Scrambled Diner for breakfast or brunch. Or get your drink on with minimum crowds at Spanky’s or Finnegan’s Pub.

You Can Throw a Rock at Chicago

Seriously, how cool would it be to pay small town prices and be this close to Chicago? All you have to do is hit the 394 highway nearby and you’re in the Windy City in less than 45 minutes. Don’t feel like driving? No problem. The Amtrak train will get you there for as cheap as ten bucks. Plenty of Dyer’s residents work in downtown Chicago on a daily basis. Chicago has everything your heart could desire for entertainment.
They’re home to five professional sports teams (Bulls, Blackhawks, Bears, Cubs, White Sox), Navy Pier, Millennium Park, some of the best music venues in the country (especially for the Blues), famous deep dish pizza, and let’s not forget the breathtaking scenery along the river. They also host some of the biggest annual events in the country like Lollapalooza, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Chicago Marathon, Taste of Chicago, and the Chicago International Film Festival.