Established in 2010, this rheumatology practice is profitable, reputable, and located on the East Coast of Florida. The physician owner and his dedicated staff employ
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Looking for a profitable hospitalist company with 20% revenue growth? This independently-owned internal medicine practice located in the Greater Tampa area is selling its profitable
Well-established endocrinology practice in the Greater Tampa area collecting $1,800,000+ annually. Located in a desirable Southwest Florida community. Respected among the community for its compassionate
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(Internal Medicine physician, Age 50)
Wanted more work/life balance, time to start a family and no longer wanted to be an “owner.”
(Physical Therapist, Age 71)
The physical therapist owner wanted to retire but needed another physical therapist to purchase the practice and care for his patients and retain his staff.
(Obstetrics & Gynecology physician, Age 66)
The physician owner wanted to retire at the end of his lease term. He was planning to close the doors and ship the medical records to a storage facility for the next 21 years or give the practice away to a competitor.