Investing In Your Practice
A veterinary hospital is more than a shell to house a practice. It is an important physical reflection of your practice philosophy and can communicate more than you want it to (at times) to your clients.
Undertaking a renovation can be a huge leap, but it is also your opportunity to create a space that helps you practice better, more efficient medicine while increasing your revenue and your impact on your clients.
Benefits of Renovating
There are no guarantees, but veterinarians who take the risk to renovate usually grow their practices.
Another good reason to renovate is the opportunity to energize and revitalize; even small changes can help you operate more efficiently and bring new life to your practice.
A well-planned and executed remodel can go a long way toward projecting the same image of vitality, growth, and success that a brand new office can demonstrate.
Making Renovation Decisions
There are many factors that come into play when deciding to undertake a renovation including…
- the reception/waiting area
- exam rooms
- wash rooms
- the break room
- kennel room, etc.
And not to mention the opportunity to expand the practice or rearrange the current floor plan.