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MedPro’s Featured Destination: Jupiter, Florida

MedPro’s Featured Destination: Jupiter, Florida
Explorer Marites enjoys sunrise on the beach.

Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, MedPro International Explorers taking assignments in Jupiter, Florida, will be in good company. It’s not hard to understand why these accomplished athletes would choose this beach town that’s just a short drive from West Palm Beach. Beautiful beaches, miles of vibrant waterways, and plenty of amenities inspire many Explorers to mark Jupiter as a top destination for their American Dream.

It’s not surprising that Exoplanet Science called Jupiter the “Best Beach Town” in the U.S. While many are attracted to the hustle and bustle of Miami, Jupiter provides all of the natural beauty and amenities of South Florida without the traffic and congestion. Imagine a day of fun and sun with your bestie at Jupiter Beach Park on your day off or heading to Harbourside Place for drinks, dinner, and shopping. Explorers will find rewarding assignments and plenty of activities and entertainment in Jupiter. Average lows usually don’t drop below the upper 50s in January, the coldest month, and highs hover around the upper 80s in July and August, the hottest months.


Medical Facilities

There are several medical facilities in the Jupiter area, including Jupiter Medical Center, ranked high performing in five procedures/conditions by  U.S. News & World Report.


Quality of Life
  • Cost of Living: 27.2 percent above the national rate
  • Population: 61,126 based on the 2020 Census estimate
  • Median Home Sale Price: $672,000
  • Average Rent: $2708
  • Median Household Income: $94,121
  • Per Capita Income: $62,123
  • Live below the poverty line: 7.2 percent
  • Median Age: 46.5 years
  • Average commute time: 22.3 minutes



 Explorers can enroll younger family members in the Palm Beach County School district.

  • Overall grade: B+ (
  • Student-Teacher ratio: 19 to 1
  • Serving: 189,000+ students in Pre-K, K through high school

 Explorers wishing to further their education or a family member looking to take classes will find several colleges and universities in Jupiter and the surrounding area, including Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Atlantic University, South University, West Palm Beach, and Southeastern College.



Palm Tran Jupiter and all of Palm Beach County are  car friendly, but Explorers still have the option to travel throughout the county using Palm Tran, the local public service. Explorers can also use the Tri-Rail or Brightline to travel to neighboring counties and Orlando.

Palm Beach International Airport PBI has daily nonstop flights to New York, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Dallas, and more.


Top Attractions
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse was opened in 1860 and is made of brick and oyster shells.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum Climb 105 feet to the top of one of the oldest and most iconic landmarks in Palm Beach County. Take a tour of the lighthouse and grounds and get a picture-perfect sunset selfie.

Shopping Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Van Cleef & Arpels, shop all of your favorite designers on Worth Ave, just a short drive south in Palm Beach. Explorers can find a larger variety of goods at The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens.

Norton Museum of Art Founded in 1941, the museum has 8,200 works in its permanent collection and features exhibits from famous painters, photographers, sculptors, and more such as Frida Kahlo and Jackson Pollock.

The Breakers Palm Beach The Breakers has entertained celebrities and the elite since railroad tycoon Henry Flagler opened the extravagant hotel at the height of the Gilded Age. From the Rockefellers and Vanderbilts to Sir Elton John and Sofia Vergara, the Breakers is known as a destination for relaxing in style.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center rehabilitates loggerhead, green, leatherback, and hawksbill sea turtles.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center Visit this one-of-a-kind nonprofit facility dedicated to ocean and sea turtle conservation. Get up close to sea turtles and hatchlings in rehabilitation and tour the center.

Peanut Island Grab your beach bag and head to this 80-acre tropical park for swimming, boating, kayaking, snorkeling, and more. The park also has campsites for Explorers looking to spend a night under the stars.

Palm Beach International Polo Season Watch top-level polo competition from January through April at the National Polo Center in nearby Wellington.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park Paddle the Loxahatchee River, go horseback riding, or hike a nature trail. Jonathan Dickinson State Park is the largest state park in Southeast, Florida, with “sixteen distinct natural communities.”

Manatee Lagoon Open daily during manatee season, November – March, manatees gather in the lagoon to swim in the warm water discharge created by a nearby power plant. There is also a center with exhibits on the manatees and other inhabitants of South Florida’s waters.

Flagler Museum Stroll the manicured grounds and tour the home of one of Florida’s most well-known former residents. Henry Flagler’s Gilded Age estate, Whitehall, is a National Historic Landmark and a must-see for Florida residents and visitors.


MedPro International’s  American Dream Tour

MedPro International’s American Dream tour is headed to a city near YOU in 2023!

The American Dream Tour Presented by MedPro International 1Learn how MedPro International assists qualified candidates through all the necessary steps to qualify for and work in the U.S., including Green Card sponsorship for a candidate and their family. MedProU prepares candidates for success in their licensure and English exams as well as life and work in the U.S. Candidates receive a premium hourly wage with periodic pay raises, a comprehensive benefits package, and a sign-on bonus at the start of their U.S. assignment.

But you don’t have to wait until our next recruitment event to kick-start your American dream. Visit to complete a brief application, and a Recruiter will contact you right away!


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