Financing your business needs
Whether you’re looking to buy your first surgery, expand an existing medical business or transform your treatment rooms, we can help you meet your practice needs. Offering business loans tailored to GPs, we’ll be on hand to guide you through the whole process.
- Get a loan from a finance provider who understands the medical sector
- Fund the set up or refurbishment of your GP practice
- Cover the cost of expensive medical equipment such as chairs and computers
- Receive no-obligation advice on your business funding options
Buying a GP practice
Buying a medical business is a highly complex process. But with the right finance provider, funding your purchase can be surprisingly simple.
With extensive knowledge of the medical sector and access to over 250 lenders, speak to a Specialist Financial Adviser and they can refer you to our broker partner, Watts Commercial Finance, who can search the market to find the right deal for you.
From initial enquiry to drawdown of funds, you’ll be supported every step of the way.
From a simple reception refresh to sprucing up your consulting rooms, we can help you fund the work your practice needs.
Whether new regulations mean you need to update your environment, or you just want to freshen things up for patients and staff, refurbishments rarely come cheap.
But a lack of funding doesn’t have to hold your practice back. With a business loan, you can borrow the money you need for your new look and simply pay it back each month.
This means you can upgrade your premises and improve the patient experience, all while keeping your cashflow healthy.
Why choose us for business funding?
Wesleyan Financial Services Ltd. is working in partnership with Watts Commercial Finance Ltd. to provide a number of business finance solutions.
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Watts Commercial Finance Ltd. is a broker with access to the whole of market.
Wesleyan Financial Services Ltd. will receive commission from Watts Commercial Finance Ltd. upon completion of the loan. The amount of commission received is variable.
Please note that the FCA does not regulate commercial mortgages.