SpecialtyCare is currently looking for IONM specialists for a surgical neurophysiologist position in Falls Church, Virginia. Chances are you’ve never heard of Falls Church, but that’s about to change. If you’re already certified and have experience in the IONM field, stick around. Let us do all the work for you as we dive into the top reasons why you might want to move there.
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Even though Falls Church is included in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, it is an independent city all on its own. This means it has its own elected officials, public works, police department, city hall, and city council meetings. This comes in handy if you ever need assistance from the city as opposed to relying on Washington D.C. to help. It makes a number of things in life so much easier, such as voting, renewing tags and licenses, and filing any complaints. At 2.11 square miles wide, it’s the smallest incorporated municipality in Virginia.
No Poverty or Crime
Another great aspect of Falls Church is that according to the last census, only 4% of the population fell below the poverty line, making Falls Church the #1 city (and county) with the lowest poverty level in all of the United States. On top of that, it scores an A+ grade on AreaVibes.com for crime, schools, and amenities. Falls Church is also a highly educated city, with 74% of the population over the age of 25 having a Bachelor’s degree or higher.
Falls Church may be small, but a part of its charm is it does Memorial Day right with an epic annual Memorial Day Parade every year with bands, police/fire stations, and military units. The celebration also includes a street festival with food, games, arts and crafts, booths from non-profit organizations, and a 3 mile-long fun run. And the Falls Church Farmers Market happens every Saturday all year round from 9am to noon. Enjoy these events with virtually no traffic.
Hit the Big City Anytime
Perhaps the best part about moving to Falls Church is the fact that you’ll get to experience the best of both worlds. Enjoy small town living while reaping the benefits of the big city with Washington D.C. because you aren’t just close by, you’re already there. The D.C. metro area is less than 20 minutes away. All you have to do is pass Arlington and cross the Potomac River.
This means you’re minutes away from five professional sports teams, tons of museum and historical sites, and every major nation-focused event, festival and march. No matter what floats your boat when it comes to entertainment, the nation’s capital is there to provide.
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