Emergency Medicine Jobs in Iowa and information on what makes Iowa a great place to live and work!
In life, one must take time to stop and smell the roses, or the tulips if you’re at the Tulip Festival in Orange City, Iowa. After practicing Emergency Medicine in some of the best hospitals in the United States, kick back, breathe deep, and enjoy the gentle rolling plains and picturesque scenery that scatter the countryside. Reveling in the old world charm, take time to view six historic covered bridges, one of which was used in “The Bridges of Madison County” or lay in the fields of Dyersville that served as the backdrop for “Field of Dreams.” Iowa is named for the Ioway Indian tribe, the original inhabitants of the land. It is officially known as the “Hawkeye State” and unofficially the “Tall Corn State”. The Iowa State Fair is located in Des Moines and is the largest event in the state. One of the oldest and most prestigious agricultural and industrial expositions in the country, the fair attracts visitors from hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away. The Adventureland amusement park in Altoona is a family owned theme park with over 100 rides and attractions. Des Moines, Iowa’s largest and capitol city, is home to many large businesses and is a hub for the insurance industry. Rivaling cities like New York and Los Angeles, Des Moines offers chic shopping, word-class dining experiences, and exciting night life.
Beautiful state parks and lustrous lakes can be seen throughout the great state of Iowa. You won’t regret picking this picture-perfect state to pursue your career in Emergency Medicine.