Chattanooga Ranks 2nd As ValuePenguin's Best Cities For Nurse Practitioners To Work Report

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Chattanooga ranked second in ValuePenguin's report on the Best Cities for Nurse Practitioners to work.

According to the report, "Ranked #2 on our list is Chattanooga, TN, with a population of 168,000 in population, and birthplace of athletic Hall of Fame recipients Reggie White and Willie Mays. Longview scored well on our three main criteria, with a median salary 12% above the average median salary for nurse practitioners, a below-average cost of living index, and a relatively higher representation of pharmacists. With its close proximity to the beautiful Lookout Mountain and its Ruby Falls and Rock City Gardens, Chattanooga has many natural attractions to offer the outdoorsy nurse practitioners. History buffs will also find much to learn from Chattanooga's Civil War and Native American sites."

Click here for more details on the report.



Morning Pointe Senior Living Hosts Annual Volunteer Brunch

Hundreds of volunteers from five Morning Pointe Senior Living communities in Chattanooga, Collegedale and Hixson gathered at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford for the annual volunteer brunch. "Food, fun and door prizes were enjoyed by all as the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care communities celebrated the many people who share their hearts with the residents," ... (click for more)

Free Bariatric Seminars Hosted By CHI Memorial Metabolic And Bariatric Care

Jaime Ponce, M.D. and CHI Memorial Metabolic and Bariatric Care will host free seminars in May on surgical weight loss options. The seminars will be held at CHI Memorial Metabolic and Bariatric Care, 7405 Shallowford Road, Suite 160. "Obesity can be devastating to a person’s health and self-esteem. These educational seminars are designed to help you better understand bariatric ... (click for more)

WACKER-Charleston Taking Initial Steps To Restart Polysilicon Production After Explosion Shut Facility Last September

WACKER-Charleston announced Thursday it has resumed operations for the production of polysilicon. Using a phase-in approach, WACKER has begun the initial start-up of the site, beginning with distillation. The initial production of polysilicon is targeted to begin in the next few weeks. WACKER anticipates the Charleston site will reach full capacity in the fourth quarter ... (click for more)

Governor, Lt. Governor Praise Work Of 110th General Assembly

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Lt. Governor Randy McNally praised the work of the 110 th  General Assembly .   Governor Haslam said the legislators acted to "keep Tennessee on pace to lead the nation in jobs, education and efficient and effective government."   He said, “The investments in this budget and our legislative priorities this session ... (click for more)

Keep The Gifted Program In The Hamilton County Schools

I currently have a daughter in fourth grade at Lookout Valley Elementary and a daughter in the eighth grade at Lookout Valley Middle High School. Both of my daughters are very good students, as well as being very good people. I am writing today with a concern. I was made aware that the Hamilton County Department of Education is considering cutting the gifted program ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A True Tennessean

“Last week I told some Republican friends who have held high office, traditional and true Republicans, who like you are both conservative and compassionate, Christians in their personal faith and public service,” the email began. “These are Tennessee Republicans that I have known for decades, and whom I'd trust with my life and my wife … I told them that my views and values make ... (click for more)