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Let me ask you a question!
After almost six years of medical school, burning the mid-night oil while your mates watch ‘X Factor’, party till sun dawn and get high on heaven knows what; don’t you deserve a break?
Do you deserve a life of being stuck in a suffocating office treating some snotnose kid who hates your guts or an ungrateful patient who complains about waiting for an extra five minutes in the waiting room?
Most importantly, what about your spouse and kids, do they deserve a father/mother and husband/wife who work so hard for their future that he/she forgets to show up for their school activities?
- How many school activities have you missed lately?
- When was the last time you went out on a romantic dinner with your spouse?
When was the last time you were able to sit with him/her after work to chat about his/her day instead of complaining about your irritating patient or that dumb-dumb employee of yours?
People are different, you know. Your loving husband/wife needs, want and deserve SPECIAL ATTENTION more often than you think.
I can perfectly understand your satiation. You have a medical practice to run: overhead to meet, wages to pay, staff to hire, staff to fire. And then there is the dreaded tax bill to pay, accountants and lawyers to pay. Less I forget insurance to pay too.
On top of all that you also have to treat your patients.
I honestly don’t blame you, who will have the time for SPOUSE OR CHILDREN after all that hassle?
You did not become a doctor to be a servant to your patients, worst of all, you did not spend years in medical school to work for less than the MINIMUM WAGE.
You need a single dose of NEW PATIENTS. That is the only prescription you need.
I want to help you attract truckload of NEW PATIENTS to your practice.
There are known and reliable principles for private medical practice business growth that, when deployed properly in a practical way, can attract potential patients to your practice.
That is the focus of How To Effectively Market And Manage A Private Medical Practice.
Most private medical practices attract lots of patients but they lack the ability to retain those patients.
Frontend (initial) sales give you money. However, it is backend (repeat) sales that make you wealthy.
In How To Effectively Market And Manage A Private Medical Practice, your will learn:
The Private Medical Practice Business Growth Process
The three step private medical practice business growth process:
- Attracting new patients
- Increasing the volume per transaction
- Increasing the frequency with which those patients buy from you
The Patient Attraction Process
The three step effective patient attraction process:
- Crafting an effective marketing message
- Identifying the right target market
- Selecting the right media through which to channel your marketing message
What You Must Know About Your Private medical practice Marketing
The ultimate key to private medical practice marketing is:
The skill that brought you out of Egypt cannot take you to the Promise Land.
You cannot succeed as an entrepreneur doctor with the skillset of an employee.
Learn the requisite skills and the process of growing your practice in: How To Effectively Market And Manage A Private Medical Practice.
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