Formation and Representation of Medical Practices

Formation and Representation of Physician Practices

Too many physicians either do it themselves, or rely on an attorney that doesn’t have extensive experience working for physicians. We have helped private practice physicians prosper in Pennsylvania since 1992. We’d like to help you.We provide a full complement of services for physicians. In forming a new physician practice, we offer services from tax and business planning for the type of entity, to actual incorporation and filing of tax elections. We ensure the entity will provide a corporate veil between the physician’s personal assets and judgments against employees and partners.

We have assisted physicians in a broad range of specialties, including:

  • anesthesiology
  • bariatric surgery
  • breast surgery
  • cardiothoracic surgery
  • cardiology
  • dermatology
  • emergency medicine
  • family practice
  • gastroenterology
  • general pediatrics
  • general surgery
  • geriatrics
  • gynecology
  • hematology
  • hospitalists
  • internal medicine
  • medical oncology
  • Mohs surgery
  • nephrology
  • neurology
  • oculoplastic surgery
  • optometry
  • ophthalmology
  • orthopedic surgery
  • pain management
  • pediatric cardiology
  • pediatric ophthalmology
  • pediatric surgery
  • pathology
  • plastic surgery
  • psychiatry
  • pulmonary medicine
  • radiation oncology
  • retinal surgery
  • rheumatology
  • vascular surgery

We provide representation in most areas of law, from tax advice to the more mundane (but vital) areas of drafting employment agreements, shareholder buy-sell agreements and other operational documents for the day-to-day medical practice. A key to serving our clients well is our ability to “think outside of the box”, which is instrumental in designing and negotiating innovative forms of agreements to maximize the profits of medical practices.Because we concentrate in health law, we can often foresee potential regulatory problems in esoteric areas such as fraud and abuse before a transaction is consummated, thus assuring our clients that they will not unwittingly violate this complex and changing area of the law.

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