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Financing a new hospital

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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 01, 2003
Highland Park, N.J.-An East Coast veterinarian is rallying to ensure veterinarians are more prepared the next time magazines like Consumer Reports throws darts at the profession.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Aug 10, 2003
It depends how big you build--and on the site fees, appraisals, zoning fees, and interest rate. Here's help with your estimate.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 01, 2003
There's one person Dr. Dave Richards must confront every time he prepares to raise fees in practice - himself.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Aug 01, 2003
To improve your chances for success, Denise Tumblin, CPA, co-owner and vice president of Wutchiett Tumblin and Associates, says you need to consider the cost and return you can expect in the first year of practice. She offers this example of the potential costs:
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Nov 01, 2001
Q. I’m a female practitioner, and I want to borrow about $250,000 to start a practice. Do I qualify for any special small-business loan programs for women?
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Aug 01, 2000
Q. I lease space for my hospital but want to purchase some land and build a facility when my lease expires in three years. My Individual Retirement Account (IRA) contains enough money to cover the down payment on the land. Is this a wise use of my IRA funds?
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jun 01, 2000
Q. I want to move my veterinary practice from a strip-mall leasehold to an adjacent property that the mall owner recently bought to expand the shopping center. I can either rent a larger leasehold in the new shopping center or lease part of the land. Is it wise for me to lease the land while owning the freestanding building on it?
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Aug 01, 1999
You've spent a year researching the benefits of laser surgery, and you think this new service will enhance your practice's surgical options. You've even selected the unit and considered financing options. But have you done all your homework? Before you buy expensive equipment, take time to calculate the financial benefits--and hidden costs.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jan 01, 1999
Q. I'm preparing to sign my first building lease but worry I might miss important details. What should I know before committing?
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Apr 01, 1998
By dvm360.com staff
Many associates dream of a fixer-upper they can buy for nothing down and low payments, then turn it into a $1 million practice overnight. I hear an occasional success story, but most new owners experience something different.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jun 01, 0006
By dvm360.com staff
A cash flow analysis for new hospital building projects