Rolla, Grossing $1.9 Million
Solo Practice in Rolla, Missouri which is on I-44, half way between St. Louis and Springfield. This 43 year old solo dental practice produces grosses 1.9 M in a comfortable 4 day work week plus 4 weeks of vacation annually. Its vibrant recall system is supported locally by a State University, a large public school system, a regional hospital, the Mark Twain National Forest headquarters, the US Geological Survey, and a large army base (Fort Leonard Wood), located just 30 miles west of the city on I-44.
The practice is staffed by 3 Scheduling Coordinators at the front, 2 Registered Hygienists, 2 Expanded Duties Hygiene Assistants, 2 Expanded Duties Clinical Assistants, a Team Facilitator, a Clerical Administrator, and a New Patient Coordinator. There is a history of employment longevity. This Preventive oriented practice is focused on all areas of General Dentistry. Endodontics is referred out.
The physical plant includes a 20- year-old facility located on a spacious corner lot close to schools and government offices. It is recently remodeled featuring an all-digital, paperless office with integrated intraoral cameras. There are 6 operatories equipped with ceiling-mounted, flat-screen monitors that can switch from cable T.V. to viewing radiographs. Each operatory also has a second monitor for patient charting, scheduling appointments, and processing walkouts. There is a panorex x-ray unit in easy access of each operatory. There are two private offices, a private consultation room with a wall-mounted monitor for viewing x-rays and photographs, a lab, and a spacious employee lounge. The entire facility is handicap accessible.
The owner looks forward to a smooth transition and is willing to stay on part time.
Rolla, a town of around 15,000, boasts first class educational opportunities with its blue-ribbon public school system, branches of both Columbia and Drury College, and the Missouri University of Science and Technology that is rated third in the nation for engineering institutions. The town has first rate medical care at Phelps County Regional Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center, and the Bond Clinic. Housing options are plentiful from a wide choice of subdivisions to small farms or homes on the edge of town. There is a first class fitness center and trails for hiking and bicycling. Rolla is located near the heart of the Mark Twain National Forest, the National Scenic Riverways, and state parks and springs. This translates into first rate hunting and fishing opportunities as well as hiking, bicycling, canoeing, and bird watching. With its educational opportunities and government offices, Rolla offers a unique intellectual and artistic atmosphere not found in most rural towns of the Midwest.