RSM, MAS and Westpac are proud to present this informative and practical seminar for practitioners who want to make the most of their medical practice investment.
- What are successful practitioners doing to maximise value?
- What are the keys to successful practice acquisitions and sales?
- What lessons can we learn from the best in the medical industry?
Shaun Phelan has worked for MAS since 1980 and is highly sought after as an experienced medical industry advisor. He has held various positions within MAS from Branch Manager, Business Advisor, and Regional Manager to his current role of National Manager - Business Advisory Services.
During this time, Shaun has gained extensive knowledge of the private health sector and leads the team that developed HealthyPractice® – an online business support service for General Medical, Dental, Veterinary and Specialist practices. Shaun has assisted health sector practices undertake successful practice premises developments, amalgamations, strategic planning processes and many other business undertakings.
Shaun will be presenting on GP market risks and opportunities, maximising your practice value and buyer considerations. With his extensive contact with practices throughout New Zealand, Shaun is well equipped to share how successful operators are maximising their returns and the value of their businesses when they sell.
Rob Freeman, a Health Sector specialist with Westpac will speak on the key things GPs should consider when looking to acquire or buy into a Practice. No surprises here, but these are the same things a bank will need to understand if approached to assist with funding for such a purchase. The content of this presentation will therefore be of equal relevance to GPs who are looking to maximise the value of their practice, as a reminder of the information a buyer and a funder will need to understand.
We will also demonstrate a practical tool to help quantify the value of a medical practice and identify the areas needed to improve that value.
This will be an enlightening and useful seminar from two respected industry specialists. There will also be plenty of opportunity for questions.
You are welcome to invite industry colleagues who may be interested. We’ll look forward to seeing you there.