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Buying an established Podiatry Business

Discussion in 'Practice Management' started by Bonnie, Aug 6, 2017.

  1. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member


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    I would be grateful for any advice about running a established practice as a new owner. I have recently bought a private practice, with associate podiatrists already working at the clinic
    Many thanks
     
  2. Catfoot

    Catfoot Well-Known Member

    Maybe I'm a bit late for this post but if you contact the offices of SOCAP, they'll be able to tell you if you can still get copies of their Private Practice Handbook. It was published in 2008 but most of the principles are still applicable.
     
  3. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member

    Thank you Catfoot.
    Bonnie
     
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