Central Washington state has 300 days of sunshine, four distinct seasons, and tons of forest lands. There are opportunities for practically every type of recreation imaginable, from hiking and swimming to fishing and horseback riding. New to the market is a busy oral surgery practice with two prime locations. The current doctor has practiced in the community for over fifteen years. They are therefore interested in exploring transition options; including affiliation or straight buy-out. Each location has two operating rooms and two exam rooms for a total of four each. Additionally, the real estate for one location is available at the time of practice sale. Not to mention, each location offers an opportunity for expansion!
FOR AN OVERVIEW OF THE OMS PRACTICE IN CENTRAL WA STATE, READ BELOW:
- 4 operating rooms & 4 exam rooms total
- Expansion via adjacent suite or build out available
- Collections of $2.532 million
- SDE of $1 million
- Real estate opportunity
- 1135 exams in 2021
The state’s largest region by land area, Trails & Lakes in north-central Washington extends east of the Cascade Range to the Ponderosa Region and up to the Canadian border. Much of the Trails & Lakes Region is protected land. The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest boasts 3.8 million acres along the east slopes of the Cascade Range, while the Colville Indian Reservation covers 1.4 million acres of land. As the name suggests, this region is also home to a tremendous number of lakes. Whether you want to boat or fish at Banks Lake, swim in the clear waters of Lake Chelan, or hike to a glacial pool in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, you’ll have plenty of chances to dip your toes in the water. In addition to outdoor recreation, visitors can soak up arts, culture, and history in the region’s many towns. Chelan boasts a robust winery scene, while Ellensburg holds a top-notch rodeo each Labor Day weekend. For art galleries, museums, and fruit stands, turn to the towns of Winthrop, Twisp, and Wenatchee.