Paging All Doctors: Your New Office Has Arrived.
While the world awaits its slow return to normal life, the growing need for back-dated health care services is starting to mount.
The question is – how much longer will we have to wait to get appointments to receive medical attention?
Family physicians, albeit an essential service, were forced into a reduced workload in an effort to try and mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19. Hospitals have also been scaled back so the focus can be on those who have been affected by the pandemic.
But what happens to those seeking medical attention that isn’t life threatening or connected to COVID?
Physicians worldwide have been displaced from their traditional offices, as a large portion of these businesses reside in hospitals and health centres that have been transformed into relief stations or have been closed entirely.
Although many have attempted to provide patients with virtual appointments, this practice can often be ineffective as a result of a lack of person-to-person contact or necessary equipment to make proper assessments.
In addition to the virtual appointment model, these physicians are now tasked with the same question as every other small business in the world – how do I run my practice from home?
The answer is: You don’t have to.
While the world is conscious of the risks of a regular hospital or health centre visit, they are now more willing than ever to adapt to make sure that their health care needs are met.
Enter the executive office model.
This HIT Consultant article points out key reasons why co working spaces are essential for medical practices.
This office solution provides physicians and health care operators an alternative to the traditional health care facility or hospital location.
Coworking Resources has also been tracking the latest trend of the rise of medical co working.
Therapists, dieticians, optometrists, pediatrists, and massage therapists, and many more would stand to benefit immediately from being in shared office spaces.
With private spaces, live reception and clerical services, 24/7 access, designated waiting area, fully equipped kitchen, video meeting capabilities, and a convenient location, The Rostie Group would prove to be a great fit for the relocation of these medical practices.
Our professionally trained staff provides personalized services for each of our clients on an individual basis. We help minimize your costs while adding to the quality of your business.
If you are a health care provider looking to relocate your business, contact The Rostie Group by visiting www.rostiegroup.com or calling (416) 214-1840.
We look forward to servicing your business!
Your New Office Has Arrived