Medical Practice Acquisition Loans

Considering A Medical Practice Acquisition Loan?

At 1st Med Financial, we understand that cquiring an existing medical practice can be a great way to advance your professional career. A Medcial Practice Acquisition Loan offers the purchasing MD an existing office staff, patient base, location and equipment. Thus, considered less risky than a start-up.

We have both SBA & Conventional Practice Loan Acquisition options that offer 100% financing plus working capital to keep the ownership transition smooth.

At 1st Med, we have multiple medical practice acquisition loan options.

Medical Practice Acquisition Loan Highlights

100% Financing Plus Working Capital

Conventional Practice & SBA Programs Available

Loan Requests from $250K to $10 Million

Low Fixed Rate Terms Available

Include New Equipment / Software / Working Capital

Include Tenant Improvements / Build-Out

No Hidden Fees, Points or Application Fees

A Medical Practice Acquisition Loan may just be what you've been looking for. Our years of experience in practice valuation and assessment offers our clients the most aggressive medical practice acquisition loans in the marketplace.

Get started and complete our Medical Practice Loan Quick App Here and one of our experienced practice loan consultants will contact you within 24 hours.

Medical Practice Acquisition Loan Experts Are Available: (800) 318-7125.

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Recent Testimonial

"We recently closed a practice acquisition loan and a real estate loan with Mike Furlong and 1st Med Financial. Having shopped the deal with several local banks and other medical lending institutions, we knew that the conditions and circumstances of the deal were far from ideal.

Mike provided the insight and experienced needed to not only obtain financing, but at rates and terms that far surpassed our expectations. Mike was an absolute pleasure to work with and we would highly recommend him to anyone looking for medical financing."

Dr. Kayla Shipman, DVM