Register Now for Complimentary June 11 Webinar

WebinarThe Ambulatory M&A Advisor has brought its readers a variety of articles centered on transactional, financial, legal, and operational topics based in the urgent care industry.  The next step in our process of providing information to the masses is to hold frequent, complimentary webinars featuring top members of the industry presenting information that is important to the success of your potential, present, and future business transactions.

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor will host its first complimentary webinar on Thursday, June 11, 2015, at 11:30 AM, CST.

The June 11 webinar will focus on the topic of Understanding the Market Surroundings of your Urgent Care Business.  The presenter, Nathan Palmer, vice president of National UC Realty will answer the question of how to look inwardly on your business in a market consisting of a competitor around every corner.

Some of the important areas of interest that Palmer will address involve the examination of the current market and where your business ranks among a sea of clinics.  To stress the urgency of this knowledge, Palmer has agreed to provide a free market ranking for the businesses of all participating registrants.

Palmer will also discuss the value of understanding the importance of the location of your urgent care center.  You will find answers to how being located near a highway, restaurant or retail center can affect the flow of the patients moving through your doors.

You will also learn what physically makes an urgent care center “pop” into a successful clinic.  Discover how far some material effort to keep your UCC physically fit will push the word of mouth that brings you new patients.

Space for this exclusive presentation is limited and time is running out to register for this free event.

To sign up for Nathan Palmer’s presentation, Understanding the Market Surroundings of your Urgent Care Business, Register Here.

 

For more information on this webinar and upcoming webinars:

Media contact:
Richard Romero (469) 385-7790; Richard@ambulatoryalliances.com

 

About the Presenter

Nathan Palmer, vice president of National UC Realty is a licensed realtor with a technical and creative approach to Urgent Care site selection.   Palmer specializes in preliminary site research, market and competition analysis, site selection and financial analysis.  He has a rare ability to quickly organize and present large amounts of site selection data in an easy to comprehend format.

About The Ambulatory M&A Advisor

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor (wwww.ambulatoryadvisor.com) is a publication that covers business, legal and transactional updates and insights around ambulatory care center deal making. It focuses exclusively on topics for those interested in mergers and acquisition tactics, strategies, processes, dealmakers and the interrelated activities of buying and selling outpatient care centers.

 

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