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Where To Live in Las Vegas To Be Near Booming Medical Centers

In the past, Las Vegas’ sole economic contribution was gaming and nightlife. Yet even before the Recession decreased consumer spending and made Las Vegas the biggest market in the nation for foreclosures, another industry was coming up through the ranks. The medical industry in Las Vegas has finally come into its own—the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) plans to graduate its first class of doctors as early as 2021, and the city expects more hospitals to open across town. In fact, it’s thought that medical careers will be the next hot job in Las Vegas—unsurprising when the largest employers in town, besides the resort casinos, are medical centers. To be near one of these booming medical centers, here are the Las Vegas neighborhoods you’ll want to live in.

Typical homes in Las Vegas

Downtown

UNLV plans to unveil the School of Medicine’s new campus, a $200 million space that will be the center of the Las Vegas Medical District. A 214-acre development, the medical district will be located near I-15 and West Charleston Boulevard and include partnerships with Valley Hospital Medical Center and UNLV. The area is already booming, and both commercial and real estate developers are eager to build near the new medical district.

Another partner with the medical district that already exists in Downtown is Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, a prominent branch of the respected clinic, which specializes in areas like neurology and neuropsychology. Not only is Lou Ruvo Center known for its unique exterior design, but it’s also considered a center of excellence by the Parkinson’s Foundation.

Henderson

Located on West Galleria Drive, Henderson Hospital is Henderson’s newest medical facility. The hospital sees over 46,000 ER visits, delivers 655 babies, and receives 7,800 admissions per year. The hospital has received awards and certifications from the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology, and the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The hospital recently opened a neonatal intensive care unit for premature newborns. Henderson Hospital is also currently hiring, so new residents to the area will have plenty of job options available.

Closer to Inspirada and Seven Hills, you’ll find St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena Campus and Rose De Lima near Old Henderson. Per the Las Vegas Sun Vegas Inc, St. Rose Hospitals are among the largest employers in Las Vegas with over 3,813 employees and three locations. The list of services this hospital offers is lengthy, and it stands as a well-respected medical center.

Paradise

In Paradise, you’ll find Desert Springs Hospital, which is part of The Valley Health System. Although there are six locations in the Valley, this hospital became the first accredited Chest Pain Center in the state. The Valley Health System is the seventh-largest employer and the largest healthcare employer in Las Vegas, with over 7,400 employees across its locations, according to the Las Vegas Sun Vegas Inc.

Summerlin

In Summerlin, you’ll find the headquarters for Southwest Medical Associates, which employs nearly 5,000 people across its 34 locations, per  the Las Vegas Sun Vegas Inc. Southwest Medical Associates is increasing its number of clinics for seniors across Southern Nevada, which reflects the growing need for medical centers in Las Vegas.

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