EBITDA between $300,000 – $2,000,000.UDC actively targets entrepreneurial, growing practices as opposed to established platforms.
EBITDA margins over 20%.Margins over 20% demonstrate operational excellence.
Procedure mix agnostic
Geographically agnostic in the US
Low to No Medicaid
Preferably 2 or more associate doctors and 4 or more chairs
Initial Consultation – Day 1
The initial consultation involves a one-on-one discussion with you and Dr Ray Khouri to develop an understanding of your financial and practice objectives.
Based on your interest, UDC would execute a Confidentiality Agreement and your practice would submit requested financial reports and data. UDC can often access this information quickly via APIs and low disruption to your practice.
The information you provide helps UDC develop a well-defined Letter of Intent (“LOI”). In contrast, many acquirers place low emphasis on the initial work to encourage sellers to sign a loosely defined LOI only to waste time with numerous changes to a proposed transaction, which incurs additional costs and time for the seller, potentially disenfranchising them.
Developing the Letter of Intent – Days 2 – 14
Dr Khouri and several members of UDC will generally follow up with you from 5 – 14 days after receiving your practice’s information.
The purpose of the second meeting is to better understand your practice, your objectives, give you a chance to ask any questions, and highlight specific items you would value or require in a forthcoming LOI. Unlike other acquirers, UDC attempts to a deliver a comprehensive LOI to avoid confusion or delays following its execution.
Executing the Letter of Intent and Due Diligence – Days 15 – 120
You will receive a LOI outlining the value of your practice and specific terms related to the transaction.
If the terms and value are to your satisfaction, you and UDC will execute the LOI and proceed to comprehensive legal, clinical, regulatory, and accounting due diligence.
The end result of UDC’s post LOI diligence will be an Asset Purchase Agreement and pre-settlement planning for transition and integration.
Welcome to your new family
Following the closing of the transaction, your practice will be onboarded onto UDC’s infrastructure and engage with members of UDC’s team – many of whom you likely interacted with during the transaction process – to ensure a smooth transition.
In the months that follow, you will have access to UDC’s financial reporting, analytics, procurement capabilities, and the option to partake in various growth and efficiency opportunities at your sole discretion.
Leverage UDC’s ecosystem of fellow partner dentists to solicit and share best practices.