Sell Your Practice
Explore Your Exit Strategy
With all of the changes taking place in the veterinary profession, have you ever wondered who will buy your practice when you decide to sell?
Do you wish you could sell your business but still practice veterinary medicine with a more flexible schedule and additional time off? Are there days when you wish you could just be a veterinarian and have someone else worry about the business?
Most of the hospital owners who join NVA have similar goals. They still love veterinary medicine and want to continue practicing for some period of time but they want the majority of the management ‘headaches’ to go away. Selling veterinarians also want the security of cashing in on the equity built up in the practice while they are still in good health and the hospital is growing and financially strong. NVA consistently provides solutions to hospital owners with these goals.
Why do veterinarians sell their practice to NVA?
Practice owners are usually looking for one of these things when they decide to sell their practice.
Practice owners want to realize their lifelong investment while they are in good health and their practice is still growing. The sale provides them with the ability to take the equity from their practice and invest it in other diversified assets for their retirement.
Relief from the Burden of Ownership
Many selling veterinarians are looking for relief from the headaches of managing a large practice. NVA takes over most of the management burdens of practice ownership.
Selling doctors often want some type of lifestyle change. This usually means flexibility with the amount of time they work and the ability to slow down over a period of time before they eventually retire.
Veterinarians are concerned with their legacy and want to ensure the continued growth and success of the practice they have built.
NVA consistently solves each of these issues for selling doctors.