A well-known, DSO is looking to add a high-energy orthodontist to their team in Birmingham, Alabama. This orthodontic career opportunity offers a competitive compensation package, 401k, and health care benefits.
Birmingham is a multicultural city that has experienced a major economic turnaround in recent years, and as a result, is ranked seventh among the 150 largest US metros for the percent increase of millennial residents. Birmingham tops Forbes’ list of Cities Offering the Most Value for Your Money, due mostly - or entirely - to the low cost of living throughout the city and its suburbs. Birmingham was named one of the most affordable cities for first-time homebuyers in the nation by Lending Tree. In addition, four Birmingham area communities are among the best places to live in Alabama, according to rankings released by Niche.
Magic City has undergone a renaissance, as historic buildings are being renovated, condos and loft apartments now proliferate downtown, and there are a growing number of entertainment and shopping options. It’s overflowing with entertainment, arts, nightlife, and world-class cuisine.
Birmingham offers something for everyone. Nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Birmingham has more green space per capita than any other city its size in the nation. It offers breathtaking natural areas like Ruffner Mountain and world-class golf courses. In the middle of downtown Birmingham, residents enjoy Railroad Park –an ideal place to eat lunch, throw a frisbee, or enjoy the walking trails. There are many opportunities to learn about the city’s history including the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument. For those who enjoy the arts, the area is home to the Alabama Ballet, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, and Opera Birmingham.