Our accountants specialise in helping medical and GP practices.
General practice has always been the cornerstone of the NHS, a privilege that’s envied across the world.
However, over the last few years our medical practices have been placed under more and more pressure, forced to balance a heavier and more demanding workload against funding cuts, recruitment and succession issues and an increasingly complicated regulatory environment.
As a result, the demands of managing let alone growing a medical practice have never been greater. If Practice Managers are going to find the best way forward, they need to be able to access straightforward, practical solutions from people who genuinely understand the very specific issues they face every day.
This is where we can help.
Our specialist medical team not only works with a long and growing list of GPs and medical practices across Leicestershire and the UK, in many cases they have also worked in medical practices.
This means we know exactly what is required to develop a medical practice and how to negotiate the regulatory, financial and political constraints you have to operate within along the way.
It’s expertise you can call on at any time.
Since moving to Rowleys a few years ago, the support we have received from the Medical team has been superb, and particularly during our merger. They identified significant additional income for us, amounting to in excess of £40,000 and I can say that without their expert knowledge and local reputation we would not have received that. I am now a strong advocate for them and recommend them to every Practice I speak to.
Practice Manager Wigston Central Surgery
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