I checked with the mods prior to making this post to avoid any misunderstandings about my intent. I am simply looking to gather insight and opinions and have absolutely nothing to sneakily promote.
Some background: I've held an executive position with a sports and fitness company in the northeast. For some of our locations, we established "executive lease" agreements with a couple PT practices where the company would pay well below market rate for shared use of our space, access to our clients, opportunities to co-market their services at our events, shared use of our support/assistive staff, full use of our support staff and the ability to market their practice as part of our brand. By well below market rate, let's say $5K per month would include all of this within a 5,000SF facility fitted out to the nines.
I'm going to be leaving this position soon and am opening my own facility elsewhere with a bit of a different audience. However, I'd like to invite a concierge/direct primary care physician into my business under an agreement of this nature. I'd even be willing to support more of the infrastructure of the business in exchange for a base + small % of profit share.
My question: assuming that all legal matters were appropriated across the board, would a lease/business structure like this appeal to a smaller primary care physician practice? If you did not have to pay any overhead for your facility, costs for construction and shared supportive staff, would this save you a substantial amount of money per month?
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