If you’re a neurophysiologist reading this and you’re thinking about switching things up in your life, SpecialtyCare is currently hiring in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore is less than an hour away, so you can enjoy the benefits of 2 cities in one move. If you’re already certified with IONM experience, you should definitely consider our offer. Read on as we explore the best reasons to give Baltimore a shot.
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1) Chesapeake Bay
The world famous Inner Harbor is the downtown centerpiece that connects the city to gorgeous Chesapeake Bay and is also the prime spot of a ton of activity ranging from the National Aquarium to the Maryland Science Museum. You can also enjoy a couple state beaches in the area. First, there’s Rocky Point Beach and Park with 375 acres of waterfront land. Then there’s Oregon Ridge Beach, which is the best place to swim in the area between Memorial Day and Labor Day, according to the Baltimore City Paper. But the best benefit of living near the Chesapeake is all the seafood. Shellfish, oysters, lobster rolls, annual crab fests, you name it, Baltimore’s got it.
If you’re a sports fan, just think of all the options when you combine Washington D.C. with Baltimore. On the Baltimore side, you’ve got the MLB Orioles and the NFL Ravens with two Super Bowl victories and four AFC championship appearances since 2000. Then on the D.C. side, you’d be less than an hour away from recent Stanley Cup champions, the Washington Capitals. Hockey not your thing? Then surely the Redskins, the Nationals or the Wizards float your boat. And if you aren’t interested in driving into D.C. from Baltimore, there are tons of cheap train options.
3) All the Fun Activities
As we started to mention earlier, Baltimore is loaded with fun things to do. Of course, there’s the main action in the downtown Inner Harbor with walks along the waterfront, the fleet of historic ships, the Maryland Science Center, and a ton of restaurants and shops. There are also boat and cruise options on the water itself. Outside of the harbor, there’s a treasure trove of art and history all over the city. The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to over 95,000 works of art and the largest public holding of works by Henri Matisse. Then there’s the Mount Vernon District…
4) Mount Vernon District
Checking out the beautiful architecture in the Mount Vernon District is a must. And while you’re there, enjoy yourself at the glorious Peabody Library or the Baltimore Basilica, America’s first Catholic Cathedral. Take in a show at the Meyerhoff, or have fun exploring the Walters Art Museum. The MV District always delivers.