Using SCIENCE to Select Sites

Urgent Care Site Specialists


Site Selection

We can help you quickly find the prime sites in your markets of interest for opening Urgent Care clinics.

Site Analysis

Our team will help you analyze the key strengths and weaknesses of any Urgent Care site of interest to you.

Site Construction

Our Urgent Care construction solutions focus on building a quality Urgent Care structure on-time and on-budget.

Site SmartSearch

Tap into our database of 14,000+ Urgent Cares. Great for industry research and identifying acquisitions.

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Our Approach

Urgent Care Site
Selection Methodology

PHASE I : Research

For each site we begin by looking at the demographics and psychographics of the population, business & employee data, Urgent Care competition, other medical alternatives, ACS insurance ratios, retail draws in the area, patient capture rates, crime statistics, as well as other key factors.

PHASE II : Field Study

During the second phase we do a field study analysis. This involves physically visiting the target sites, evaluating the local competition, and rating the potential sites based on parking, signage, ease of access and overall visibility.

PHASE III : Cost Estimates

In the third phase we break down the cost to open and operate each site. Actual costs will be verified, rental rates will be compared, and we will rank the top sites for you. The strengths and weaknesses of each site will be summarized to help you make an informed decision.

PHASE IV : Transaction

During this phase the final lease is negotiated and signed. Because we have completed over 600 Urgent Care transactions, our experienced real estate consultants are skilled in negotiating the best possible lease terms on your behalf.

how we work

We believe that
your success is
our success.

We want to share with you the insights we’ve gained since 2007 in completing over 600 Urgent Care transactions.
Why struggle with nagging doubts about the thoroughness of your site selection efforts or your growth plan?

When you put our experienced Site experts to work as part of your growth “team” you’ll gain a new sense of confidence and security.

who we serve

Clients of all shapes and sizes

Our clients range in size from small URGENT CARE STARTUPS to large HEALTH SYSTEMS and everything in between.
We frequently help our clients with Urgent Care EXPANSION and ACQUISITION projects.
We also assist PRIVATE EQUITY firms seeking investment opportunities in the Urgent Care sector.

We would welcome the opportunity to put our resources and experience to work on your behalf.

Step 1
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You get matched with an experienced Urgent Care Site expert based on your unique needs and the goals you are looking to achieve.
Step 2
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Our Site expert will consult with you to customize your Growth Strategy and Implementation Plan. We specialize in turning your “rough ideas” into a solid, workable Plan.
Step 3
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We put your Plan into action and deliver the data resources and analytics you need to make superior site decisions and gain a competitive advantage.
  • Working with us is like having your own in-house Real Estate Department without the overhead.

  • We are a proud Corporate Support Partner of the Urgent Care Association of America.

  • Each year we invest over $200K in GIS software, demographic data, psychographic data, Consumer Spending data, Business data, Physicians data, Hospital data, Crime Risk data, Real Estate data and Urgent Care market research to help us find the best Urgent Care sites for our clients.

  • Since 2007 we have completed over 600 Urgent Care transactions.

  • We specialize in finding the Best Defendable Locations. These are the Urgent Care sites that are in the strongest position to withstand new competitors moving into a market in the future.

  • We use a unique, proprietary Patients Per Day (PPD) forecast algorithm. It starts by evaluating historical performance numbers for hundreds of existing Urgent Cares. Next, the key variables strongly correlated with patient volume are input into the algorithm for new sites. The algorithm looks for patterns and relationships in the data to forecast patient volume for new Urgent Care clinics.

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