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Practice for Sale - Chicago - NW Side
Job ID: 33383
Location: Illinois
Position: Practice for Sale - Chicago - NW Side
Company: PARAGON Dental Practice Transitions
 
Description: Located 1 hour south of downtown Chicago in a beautiful Bourbonnais is this 3 operatory practice. The practice collected $321,000 in 2020 after being closed for Covid for 3 1/2 months. There are 1,319 active patients in the last two years. The practice is predominantly fee for service with the only PPO being Delta Premier. The practice refers all ortho and some perio, endo, pedo and oral surgery. The doctor does not place implants but does restore them. There is a very loyal patient base and the staff is long term with very little turnover, indicative of how well this doctor treats his patients and staff. The decor is pleasant and there have been recent upgrades to the office. Seller does not own the real estate. This is a very nice family practice for someone looking to be close enough to enjoy Chicago but far enough to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle.
 
Contact:
Email: info@paragon.us.com
Website: www.paragon.us.com
Phone: 866.898.1867
 
Posting Date Mar 30th, 2021
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