A medical commercial building offers medical professionals the opportunity to lease or buy office space that is customized to suit the specific needs of their practice.
Some medical commercial buildings are dedicated medical centers, where all or most of the on-site offices are medical in nature.
If you’re a chiropractor, for instance, you might purchase office space in a commercial building that is also home to a dentist’s office and a family practitioner.
In some cases, medical commercial buildings rent or sell office space to other retailers as well.
This could mean your practice is located within a commercial building that is also home to restaurants, shops, salons, and other non-medical outlets.
Obtaining office space in a dedicated medical commercial building may reduce associated building costs.
Commercial leasers understand that medical practices have a variety of special needs, including
Room for expansion
Flexible lease terms
HAZMAT considerations, and
Flexible hours of operation.
If you’re interested in setting up your practice in a medical commercial building, make sure to investigate the other practices that may be located in the same building so as to avoid unnecessary competition.
It’s also crucial to ensure that the physical facilitiesare optimal for your particular type of medical practice.
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