MedPro International is placing foreign-educated healthcare professionals in exciting positions throughout the United States. This week we take a closer look at Atlanta, Georgia, a city rich in history, boasting the 10th largest economy in the United States and 18th in the world.
ATL, The Big Peach, A-town, Hotlanta
Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Atlanta is the largest city in Georgia and the trade and transportation center of the Southeast. The metropolitan area includes 20 counties and over six million residents, with a median age of 33. Seven Fortune 500 companies, including The Coca-Cola Company, Delta Airlines, United Parcel Service (UPS), and AT&T Mobility, call ATL home. Atlanta also has a thriving healthcare and biomedical community and is home to 57 colleges and universities.
Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, one of the world’s busiest airports, makes international travel convenient with nonstop service to 70 international destinations. When moving about the city, residents can use one of the best public transit systems in the country, MARTA, with 38 rail stations, plus 100 bus lines and a streetcar. Though Atlanta is a young city, plenty of families reside in the area. Atlanta Public Schools cover preschool through high school education, including neighborhood schools, partner schools, charter schools, single-gender academies, and alternative programs.
ATL, The Big Peach, A-town, Hotlanta, whatever you want to call it, Atlanta, and the greater metropolitan area’s diverse economy, affordable living, and a plethora of amenities make it a desirable destination for many healthcare professionals.
Plenty of attractions and activities keep residents and visitors entertained in Atlanta and the surrounding area.
Georgia Aquarium Home to 500 species, the Georgia Aquarium provides an array of experiences such as cage diving with sharks, swimming with manta rays, touch pools, and other exhibits showcasing diverse marine life from oceans worldwide.
High Art Museum Located in the city’s arts district, the museum features a collection of over 18,000 works of art, special exhibitions, and community-focused programs. Visitors can see African art forms dating from prehistory to the present, American artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, and 19th, 20th, and 21st-century photography.
Atlanta Beltline Once a 22-mile railway loop, this repurposed multi-use paved path will connect 45 neighborhoods and include 33 miles of trails when finished in 2030. Residents and visitors can explore miles of Atlanta by foot or bike and check out restaurants, artwork, and neighborhood shops.
Centennial Olympic Park Located across from the College Football Hall of Fame, this 22-acre greenspace was designed as a legacy of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games held in Atlanta. The park features the iconic Fountain of Rings, playgrounds, gardens, and landmarks attracting millions of visitors each year.
Little Five Points A quirky neighborhood located at the intersection of Euclid, Moreland, and McLendon Avenues, Little Five Points has alternative clothing boutiques, vintage record stores, restaurants, and novelty shops.
Ponce City Market The Southeast’s largest brick structure at 2.1 million square feet, Ponce City Market is home to local boutiques, large retailers, gyms, restaurants, and more.
Six Flags Over Georgia – This 290-acre theme park has rides for thrill seekers, kids, and families, along with live shows, entertainment, dining, and shopping.
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