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Selling Your Cardiology Practice

If you are researching how to sell your cardiology practice, then this guide can help.

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About the Guide:

Selling a Healthcare Business An Owners Guide for Selecting an Intermediary to Sell Your Healthcare Business

By Gregory Seigel, J.D., LL.M.

If you are researching how to sell your healthcare business or medical practice, then this guide can help.

Some of the topics in this guide include:

  • Knowledge of the Healthcare Industry
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Expertise
  • Medical Real Estate Expertise
  • The Integration of Succession Planning
  • How to Sell a Medical Practice
  • Learn about Selling your Healthcare Business


Selling Your Medical Real Estate

Medical real estate is a heavily sought after sector within commercial real estate. For real estate investors, there is a strong belief that an aging US population will require more healthcare services, leading to a demand for quality medical real estate.

Freestanding medical office buildings such as outpatient facilities and senior care facilities are especially attractive to buyers. The businesses that operate inside of these buildings tend to be stable and profitable tenants, two features that real estate investors desire.

In today's low-interest environment, investors are looking for places to find higher returns on their investments, which has attracted many REITs, private investors, and real estate private equity firms to aggressively add medical real estate to their portfolios. In turn, the higher demand for medical real estate has significantly increased the value of these medical properties.

At Seigel Advisory Services, we provide owners of medical real estate access to a broad range of buyers throughout the United States. Our experience in the commercial real estate industry allows our advisors to guide owners through sales process to help to obtain top-dollar for their medical real estate.


About Cardiology Practices

Cardiology practices provide a suite of cardiac care to their patients, with a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services. Some of the common areas of a cardiology practice include patient exams, cardiac testing, cardiac monitoring, cardiac imaging, and cardiac procedures performed by invasive cardiologist, interventional cardiologist and electrophysiologist.

With an aging population suffering from many chronic diseases, cardiology practices serve at the front line for administering care to patients throughout the country. Significant activity from private-equity acquirers began in 2021, as the transition of moving cardiac procedures into ambulatory surgery centers and office-based laboratories allowed for additional ancillary growth within cardiology. Additionally, with only approximately 20% of cardiologist working in private practice, these cardiology practices are highly sought-after by private equity firms.

At Seigel Advisory Services, we have worked with some of the largest cardiology practices in the United States in the sale of their cardiology practices. Our experience in cardiology allows us to guide cardiology practice owners throughout the transaction process to not only obtain top-dollar for their cardiology practice, but to partner with a company that is an ideal cultural fit.