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San Antonio has always been known as a big city with a small-town, friendly atmosphere. That trend continues with our luxury home market as the Alamo City grew at a faster pace than the rest of the Texas major markets and yet still maintained its desirable affordability.
The Texas Liver Tumor Center provides a one-stop location to serve patients with liver cancer and their families.
Are you leaving money on the exam table? Many providers are performing additional services at the patient’s request during the preventive examination and not taking credit for their work.
With a spot in Forbes’ Top 10 list of Fastest-Growing Cities and Milken Institute’s 2015 Best-Performing Cities report1, it’s no wonder why medical professionals are looking to relocate to the San Antonio area. While a strong job market and a surplus of people to serve is enticing to individuals in the healthcare industry, relocating is not always as simple as a quick move. Fortunately, there are fantastic resources, including relocation experts, to help transferees make their move as smooth as possible.
Your business is expanding. Perhaps, you are contracting. Relocation to a larger or smaller space is in your immediate future. You have carefully scoured the online world and realized that commercial properties are not as readily searchable as their residential counterparts. Viewing a survey of commercial real estate meeting your specific needs requires another approach — reliance upon a commercial real estate professional.
“The San Antonio medical office market continues to extend its growth cycle,” says Kimberly Gatley, Senior Vice President and Director of Research for REOC San Antonio, a locally-based, full-service commercial real estate company.
With its doctors’ ability to quarterback comprehensive cardiac and vascular treatment, extensive involvement in clinical research and technology development, and deep commitment to the local South Texas population, the Department of Cardiology at UT Medicine is quickly becoming the area’s preferred choice for cardiovascular care.
In the past two decades, cancer-related mortality in the U.S. has been greatly reduced due to advances in prevention, early detection and treatment. However, liver cancer is one of the few exceptions, with a 38 percent increase in the incidence rate and 56 percent increase in the death rate over the past decade.1
Bethany Coomes was about to step through the back door of her Universal City home just as the flash enveloped her 7-year-old daughter Stella in the backyard. Her 13-year-old son, who was fond of creating experiments — “the day before it was cornstarch and water,” Bethany says — was constructing a flaming moat in the backyard, pouring rubbing alcohol into a bowl and lighting it with a grill lighter.
Doctors love their cars. It’s not surprising then that doctors often ask how their cars can provide an income tax benefit. The answer, of course, depends on a variety of factors such as business use, the method elected for deducting car expenses and the type of entity used for medical operations.
Klarisana is breaking new grounds in the treatment of bipolar disorder (BPD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and chronic pain.
At some stage, business owners are ready to launch and take the next steps to growing their business. In many cases, financing is needed to get to that next level. It’s essential for business owners to have knowledge of the variety of financing options available. For businesses just getting started or those looking to grow, a government-backed loan from the Small Business Administration (SBA) may make the most sense.
Buying a new home is a proud and exciting accomplishment. However, moving — especially relocating to a different city — can seem daunting and stressful.
Since beginning its transformation journey in 2012, The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio has ushered in a new era of pediatric care in the country’s seventh largest city.
Conditions improved in the San Antonio medical office market in the first quarter. Citywide occupancy within the city’s inventory of more than 7 million square feet of medical-only office lease space improved compared to the previous quarter, and rents ticked up. Demand for medical office space generated positive net absorption in the first three months of the year, reversing the negative absorption trend that troubled the market last year.
Although we’re off to a soggy start, summertime has arrived. Between children out of school, family vacations and making plans for fall, there is a lot to keep people busy. Summer also signals the halfway point of the year, and by now, most practices have a decent feel for how the year is going for them financially. With this information in mind, it is never too soon to start thinking about year-end planning.