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Want a place where you can be busy and productive from day one? This small-town practice is busy, busy, busy! Demand currently far exceeds supply, with an eight-week wait for hygiene (though the current owner doesn’t work every day). And with no competition, the practice has never had to advertise.
The long-term staff is highly trained, motivated, and productive. The team prides itself on building trust with patients and being responsive to their immediate needs.
The office itself is designed for efficiency, productivity, and ergonomic comfort, with beautiful Japanese and Arts and Crafts enhancements. The suite takes up 25% of the building, and the practice owns the building and land as part of a condo arrangement. The owner is ready to sell and willing to mentor the right person.
The economically stable community is based on agriculture, and residents enjoy affordable housing. The town is surrounded by scenic bike trails and lakes with public access, with abundant public hunting land. The great public schools boast good sports teams, with nearby charter and religious schools as options. The local parks are awesome, including state-of-the-art, family-oriented facilities like the YMCA and aquatic center. All this, but no traffic!
The current owner loves the town’s feeling of community, with a commitment to inclusivity and diversity. The result is a vibrant community that is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. And with the practice’s production and a low cost of living, you can easily do so on a single salary!
Ready to find the right practice for your goals? If you are considering a change in the next 12-18 months, create your ADA Practice Transitions profile today. Once you submit your profile, you receive access to an ADA Advisor who helps you think through your own goals and guides you through each step of the process.