Two tips for potential leasehold veterinary practices

Two tips for potential leasehold veterinary practices

Wayne Usiak, AIA, shares strategies for location selection and maximizing small spaces.
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Jun 09, 2017

Leasehold spaces have different needs than traditional standalone veterinary practices. Veterinary Economics Hospital Design Conference educator Wayne Usiak, AIA, of BDA Architecture, shares two of his top tips for those considering a leasehold practice.

Tip 1: Just because an available location meets a veterinary clinic's space requirements doesn't mean it's the right spot. The location must provide traffic and allow for excellent visibility through signage, Usiak says. Watch the video for more.

Tip 2: Less space in a veterinary clinic doesn't have to result in a traffic jam. In fact, Usiak says, "Having a treatment room (that keeps) everything very close to the action makes for a very efficient workflow." Check out the video below to learn more.