SOLD – Thriving Solo Family Medical Practice For Sale – Seabrook Texas. 30 minutes from Houston.

Ready to retire. Exceptional value. Thriving solo family medical practice for sale in Seabrook, Texas near Clear Lake and NASA Johnson Space Center. Hospitals located within 5-10 minutes. The dedicated, trained staff will remain in place. Physician seller will stay on to assist in smooth transition. Excellent opportunity to grow an established practice or utilize as a satellite practice to grow market presence.  Substantial growth potential by providing wider array of ancillary services in an active and growing community. Annual gross collections: $399,949.00. Reduced asking price: $195,000.

100% Bank Financing Available with approved credit. Inquire below.

Seabrook is a thriving community located near Galveston Bay at Clear Lake in the heart of the Bay Area, a short drive from NASA, 30 minutes from downtown Houston, 20 minutes from Hobby Airport and 40 minutes from Galveston Island. Seabrook is host to the Texas Concours d’Elegance “Keels & Wheels” classic car and boat show held each year the first weekend in May. The city enjoys an eight-mile wilderness trail system and is a designated bird sanctuary including four sites on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail.1 The population of Seabrook has increased 35.5% from 2000 to 2014. Estimated median household income in 2015 was $85,319.00.2

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Medical Practice Brokerage, Performance Consulting and Financing Solutions

This medical practice for sale opportunity is offered by Tinsley Medical Practice Brokers, a medical practice appraisal, medical practice brokerage, medical practice performance consulting and medical practice financing firm. Our group is a leader in physician consulting, business development, financing solutions and medical practice appraisal .

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Sean Tinsley
Tinsley Medical Practice Brokers