When a doctor is starting out in private practice should they buy, rent or share?

In this video RWS (Rooms with Style) looks at whether doctors in private practice are best to buy a practice, rent one or share as an associate of an existing practice. This video is suitable for both established and start-up doctors. The video explores the tips and traps of buying, renting and sharing. Areas covered include getting the right advice, having correct agreements in place, ensuring you are aware of the problematic areas of (1) lease agreements and (2) associateship arrangements. RWS (Rooms with Style) also looks at why having you own brand and identity as a doctor is so crucial, along with ensuring that doctors you enter into associateship arrangements with have aligning values and vision.

This information included in these videos and podcasts is general in nature. RWS (Rooms with Style) recommends you obtain specific advice concerning specific matters before making a decision.

*As always, all in this PODMD podcast is intended for health professionals and the comments are of a general nature. Information given is not intended as specific medical advice pertaining to any given patient. If you have a clinical issue with one of your patients please seek appropriate advice from a colleague with expertise in the area.