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Understanding Private Medical Suites 

 

Starting or growing your own business is a lot of work!  But navigating to find a location for your business shouldn’t be! Typical commercial leases can pose lengthy terms and large upfront costs. Luckily, America’s Health Center has developed a solution.  You can now have your own private medical suite for your business with low overhead and no profit-sharing! 

Below we look at the differences between a commercial lease and a private medical suite at America’s Health Center:

 

Typical Commercial Lease                                 

–       Long-term commitment

–       Maintenance and Repairs 

–       Large security deposits and typically 2X months rent upfront

–       Pay your own utilities & HOA fees (if applicable)

–       Building signage 

–       Janitorial service & cleaning

–       Decoration and furnishings are your responsibility

America’s Health Center

–       Short-term minimum agreement (12 months)

–       Modern lobby & décor furnished throughout

–       Utilities included

–       Deposit equal to 1X months rent

–       Janitorial services included 

A private medical suite at America’s Health Center is a great fit for all medical and health care providers.  Whether you are a chiropractor, nurse practitioner, physical therapist, or something else, we have a suite for you!

For tours and availability, please contact America’s Health Center at 480-331-6679

5 Things every new business owner needs to know for success

Being your own boss sounds like an exciting prospect but it can also be a big task to get your business off the ground.  To make sure you get off on the right foot consider the following items: 

 

1.  Put a business plan together.  Many medical professionals looking to start their practice have spent years to learn their expertise but entrepreneurs know that a business plan is also necessary.  Draft a plan that will outline what your costs are and be sure to take into account the time to ramp up your business.  Overhead costs can be expensive.  Look for opportunities to bundle rent and conserve on fixed costs.

 

2. Invest in your business.  When starting out, your marketing budget may seem tight but follow a tried and true plan to lead with revenue and plan to invest a portion back into your business to help expand your practice and continue to thrive in your profession.

 

3. Pick a location that has good energy and is convenient for your customers.  Take notice of practioners around you.  Logistics of supporting businesses and providers that complement your services will play a crucial role in your success.

 

4. Know your customer.  Keep up on the trends and changes in your industry and consider new techniques and services as your industry transitions in technology and other advancements.  Keeping a good pulse on the services of your clients in a changing environment will keep your customers coming back.

 

5. Choose good partners.  As your business continues to grow.  Seek out partners that hold the same level of commitment to service as you do.  Be careful not to bring on new staff too quickly and consider what each new partner can bring to your business in new opportunities and expanded services.

 

 

Advantages of private practice

Private practice offers high-risk, high-rewards for those with dreams and perseverance. In reality, doesn’t everything worth doing carry risk? Obviously, overhead is the major discerning factor here, as all costs—from startup to maintenance—are solely your responsibility. Private practice also offers complete autonomy, with no location restrictions or restrictive covenants and complete control over capital investments, personnel, and other major decisions.

A private medical suite at America’s Health Center is a great fit for all medical and health care providers.  Whether you are a chiropractor, nurse practitioner, physical therapist, or something else, we have a suite for you!

For tours and availability, please contact America’s Health Center at 480-331-6679