Career LocationsKiel Fleming
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Find your new career, and community.
Explore the various regions of North Carolina and South Carolina in DMHC’s practice coverage area and choose the one that’s right for you and your family.
The Piedmont – Triangle and Triad
Encompassing Raleigh, Durham, Research Triangle Park and Chapel Hill, The Triangle consistently makes the best places lists: Best place to raise a family; best place for business and careers, best place for young children, best place to retire. The north-central Triad Region, consisting of Greensboro, furniture-friendly High Point and Winston-Salem is home to a growing craft beer scene, a world-class zoo, museums, famous potters at Seagrove and tranquil hiking trails in Uwharrie National Forest.
Charlotte, the Queen City, is the largest in North Carolina and offers all the pleasures of city living (a vibrant downtown scene, international cuisine, cultural attractions, NBA and NFL sports teams) mixed North Carolina charm. Set up a thriving practice in an area where close to 7 million people live within a 100-mile radius in some of the best suburban communities in the country. Then, on weekends, head to the NASCAR Hall of Fame or Carowinds Amusement Park for some raucous family fun.
Welcome to tomato-based country, as in tomato based barbeque sauce (a source of pride for at least one half of the state). Residents west of Charlotte, in Statesville and in picturesque Asheville are fortunate to live amongst breathtaking natural wonders. White water rapids, the Blue Ridge Parkway (arguably the most scenic road in America), ski resorts and the famous Biltmore Resort — they’re all here and all in your backyard.
Eastern NC & The Sandhills
The eastern part of the state is home to East Carolina University, historic lighthouses, world-class beaches and plenty of history on the Outer Banks. See patients in homes or senior resident communities throughout the area then head to the Outer Banks on the weekends for some world-class fishing, kite boarding and shopping. Or, look south of the Triangle to the Sandhills, where golf rules in the towns of Southern Pines and Aberdeen. Once you play the legendary Pinehurst Golf Resort, you won’t want to play anywhere else.
Located in the North West portion of SC, the Upstate is also known as the Upcountry, the Piedmont, and sometimes referred to as the foothills. Bordering the Blue Ridge mountains that also run through North Carolina and Georgia. Home to Table Rock State Park, Sliding Rock, and the Swamp Rabbit Trail, the Upstate is a great place for folks wanting to escape the sweltering summer heat of the other SC regions. The counties of the Upstate: Greenville, Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union, Laurens, Pickens, Oconee, Anderson, Abbeville, Greenwood, and McCormick.
The (greater) Lowcountry is a geographic and cultural region along South Carolina’s southern coast, including Charleston and the Sea Islands. Tourism dominates the economy in much of this region which abounds with resorts, historic and cultural sites, as well as natural features. Beauty and wildlife abound in local & state parks and federally protected or preserved lands and wetlands. This area is also a well-known destination for golf, tennis, and beach vacations. Another large part of the area’s economy revolves around manufacturing, transportation, logistics and other port-related business. The Port of Charleston is one of the ten busiest U.S. ports and handles over $60 billion in goods each year.