Opportunity to become a partner and future owner of a long-standing, well regarded private practice providing pediatric speech & language therapy services in Anchorage & Eagle River, AK. This is a profitable practice with no current employees, aside from owner/SLP. Owner/SLP has worked 30+ hours/week. Services and/or hours can easily be expanded. Alaska is in need of all SLP specialties. This is a turn-key pediatric practice, with office space, materials, tests, furniture and fixtures included.
Live and work in the scenic Anchorage area while pursuing your passion in speech-language pathology. Enjoy the opportunity to explore the outdoor playground of the Last Frontier through hiking, fishing, hunting, kayaking, skiing, cycling, running, camping, snow machining and so much more. Anchorage also provides live theater, museum, concerts and cultural activities. The University of Alaska Anchorage boasts excellent education opportunities as well as nationally ranked sports teams. Anchorage is home to an international airport, so you can easily travel anywhere in the world. The annual Alaska Speech-Language-Hearing Association (AkSHA) conference is held every fall in Anchorage.
Training and transition is included in the purchase price; specifics of training and transition will be negotiated with the new partner/owner depending on the needs and requirements of the purchaser. Seller is committed to facilitating a smooth transition to the new ownership.
The Alaska Speech & Language Depot, Inc. is a small, pediatric private practice serving the communities of Anchorage and Eagle River since 2002. We are looking for an SLP to partner with the SLP owner. This is an opportunity for an experienced SLP to be their own boss while doing what they love and living in the Last Frontier.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 191,500 members and affiliates who are audiologists; speech-language pathologists; speech, language, and hearing scientists; audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel; and students.