Selling Your Urgent Care CenterJuly 7, 2020
Urgent care centers provide an integral role in the delivery of healthcare as a more cost effective and efficient alternative to the traditional emergency room visit. Patients seeking treatment for acute injuries and illnesses that do not require an ER visit prefer the outpatient setting of urgent care centers because they provide healthcare at a lower price and at a greater convenience to patient.
Most accredited urgent care centers treat patients of all-ages for a broad range of services such as repairing fractures, sprains, and lacerations. Common illnesses such as colds, flus, bronchitis, strep throat, and allergies are treated in urgent care centers as well. Furthermore, diagnostic testing, vaccinations, and physical exams are often performed in an urgent care center. Urgent care centers are typically open 7 days a week and remain open until 7:00 PM or later.
At Seigel Advisory Services, we provide urgent care center owners access to the broadest range of strategic and financial buyers of urgent care centers throughout the United States. Our experience in the urgent care industry allows our advisors to guide owners through the sales process to obtain top-dollar for their urgent care center.
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.
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