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The goal of those who go to veterinary school is to open a practice, which brings together multiple industries. To start a practice, you will need a team of expert accountants, consultants, and attorneys that will make the opening of a practice a smooth process.
There are many factors to consider when debating whether or not to open a practice. Some considerations should include:
- Existing non-compete restrictions from current employer.
- A go-to marketing strategy.
- Financing possibilities.
- A good location for the practice on reasonable terms.
If you are a veterinarian planing to open a practice, we encourage you to call and discuss these and other things necessary to the successful start of your practice. This process, though sometimes difficult, will be a rewarding and memorable experience. We will guide you through the basic steps that you will take, such as:
- Forming a new entity and selecting a name
- Identifying business partners, if any.
- Identifying qualified and experienced accountants, real estate brokers, and other professionals
- Identifying a location for your practice, and negotiating the lease
- Lining up financing options
- Lining up vendors
- Overseeing the design and construction of your new office
- Arranging credentials with 3rd party payment systems, like PPOs, etc.