Other tenants in the shopping center where Women’s Health and Surgery Center is located include general retailers, restaurants, a hair salon and a bank. The 3,600-square-foot space was brand new, so no modifications were necessary to get it ready for the five-doctor OB/GYN and minimally invasive surgery practice.
The move has definitely changed the practice for the better, since it was penetrating a new market and needed all the visibility it could get, Thott says. He advises other practices considering retail space to make sure your neighbors will complement your practice. “Liquor stores and convenience stores won’t help, but nice restaurants and high-end businesses help you a lot,” he points out.
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When Retail Space Makes Sense
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