An irresistible offer for orthopaedic surgeons in Ahmedabad

Are you looking out for a neat place, where you can set up your own orthopaedic clinic in Ahmedabad? Whether you wish to partner with another experienced orthopaedic surgeons, lease out or buy the clinic space, this could be a strategic location to launch your practice, and draw footfalls and draw patient footfalls.

The clinic is housed in a building called Doctor House, which is a 32-year old landmark building of Ahmedabad. Several leading super specialists run their clinics from the same premises, which is situated in the heart of the city, at a very posh location in Gujarat’s capital.

Although lease rates and land prices are slightly steep here, due to the prime location, there are chances of breaking even on your initial capital investment, as you stand to gain high patients footfalls with better paying capacity.

If you are one of those doctors who doesn’t mind setting up his clinic in under-developed or a newly-developing area to save up on rent, think again. You may have to wait for years for your clinic to be fully occupied, where at Doctor House, you can start earning good from Day One.

Competition would not be a high, as although there are several super specialists in the area – hence the name – there aren’t too many good orthopaedics in the vicinity. And if you are worried about multispecialty hospitals, there is just one in the vicinity and that almost always remains fully occupied. The other corporate hospitals are quite a distance away.

So in case you are thinking of investing in a multispecialty hospital, this is your chance.

The Doctor House offers large spaces on a few floors that can easily be converted into a new multispecialty hospital. You can pay a visit to the premises and check out the prospects for yourself, before taking the decision. The presence of labs and imaging centres in the area is another plus point for your practice.

The doctor making this offer is a qualified and experienced Orthopaedic & Joint Replacement Surgeon who has been practicing here since 2002. He has completed his MBBS & MS Orthopaedics from VS Hospital and NHL Medical College, Ahmedabad. He has been toying with the idea of taking an early retirement in order to focus on his daughter’s education. This is what he has to say…

“My daughter doesn’t want to be a doctor. She wants to study painting and sculpture in one of the top foreign universities and become an Artist. Being an amateur artist I understand her passion and wish to invest the next few years of life in establishing her as an artist.

My offer is open. If an Orthopaedic Surgeon would like to work at my place, by partnering with me, I can plan for expansion. Alternatively, I can also give him my clinic on a long lease. I am also prepared to sell my clinic if I get a good offer. My priority right now is to focus on my daughter’s education and career and I can afford to retire right away.

I can say for sure that any doctor who decides to set up his clinic in my place will thoroughly enjoy working.”

We, at have done our independent research and highly recommend this place. The offer would ideally suit an orthopaedic looking to set up his independent practice. Get in touch with us if you have any queries, need the seller’s contact etc. We will be glad to hear from you. is a brokerage-free online marketplace where doctors and hospitals in distress can raise money, awareness and support for their healthcare projects, from a global pool of interested investors.

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1 Comment

  1. Jainam b kankaria

    Yes 40-50 bed running hospital required on lease

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