Alpine Veterinary Service, Inc.
|Yearly Practice Income
|Practice Location Region
|Real estate - will it be for sale or lease?
|Number of Staff
|History of the Practice
Alpine Veterinary Service, Inc. was established in 2001 as a rural mixed practice. Alpine Veterinary Practice has grown consistently and is one of the major practices in the state of Montana. The clientele is second to none and includes many types of people. Billings is a major regional medical center so many of our clients work in the medical field. Our clients are well grounded and include some very well-known folks in entertainment, athletics, and business as well as hard-working blue collar workers. The practice is in the center of some of the best-known outdoor recreation in the United States. Yellowstone Park is 1.5 hours away. Snow skiing, blue ribbon trout fishing, mountain climbing, and exceptional bird hunting and renowned big game hunting are all within 1 hour of the clinic. Billings has 2 colleges and a University, several major events centers, fine arts, fine dining and all of the usual entertainment found in larger communities.
|What makes this practice special/Major selling points
Although a mixed practice, the equipment and services are at the top. The practice enjoys a stellar reputation and therefore a high demand. The practice currently grosses over 1M per year, while open 5 days per week. The Net to Gross ratio is exceptionally high. Alpine cannot meet all of the demand created by the practice reputation, and the rapidly growing communitiy. Although Alpine has been operated as a single doctor practice for years, there is current income to support 2-3 Doctors. There is also opportunity for almost instant growth in all phases (Bovine, Equine, Small Animal) of our operation.
|What might the next owner need to improve in this practice?
Although we are always growing, the practice is limited by the fact that there is only one veterinarian. The income is already in-place to cash flow an additional 1 to 2 veterinarians. Additionally, the current unmet demand could cash flow yet another veterinarian.
A new practice management program should be considered.