|Cornwall- Fully Private - ID 70010
Asking Price: £443,385
|Presenting to the market a three surgery, fully private practice due to the sellers plans to reduce responsibilities. Income is derived through fee per item treatments and a well known capitation scheme. Chair time could be utilised to further grow private revenue and the practice would flourish through the introduction of specialist treatments.
|• Fantastic owner occupier EBITDA at £268,161
• Three surgeries with spare chair time and potential to grow private revenue further
• Good capitation scheme
• Established 20+ years
|• EBITDA: £268,161
• Surgeries - 3
• Asking Price - £443,385
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