New Hampshire is 266 miles from New York City. You can catch a nonstop flight at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and arrive in the Granite State just about two hours later. Making it to Manchester, New Hampshire, from the West Coast (or Europe) will takes just about half a day in a jet.
But regardless of where your journey begins, one thing is for sure: It's worth taking a trip to New Hampshire if you're considering physician relocation.
There are a lot of states across the United States that are suffering from physician shortages. So they're rolling out the red carpet, putting their best feet forward and working hard to recruit doctors.
But when it comes to relocating for your medical career, no other area of the country can compete with New Hampshire.
Here's a look at why taking the time to explore New Hampshire is worth the trip--no matter how far you have to travel: