Pharmacy C – North-West Kansas

This drug store has been successfully managed and has diversified its services to more adequately serve its community. Besides their efficient delivery of prescriptions and patient care, they have developed into a multifaceted provider of medical goods and services to boost revenues. These include; DME products & services, Rx compounding, a diabetic shoe line, a gift and thrift store. The business has a steady, albeit static stream of prescription clients but has seen growth in its other departments. The business is well respected in the area and with little competition in a 30 mile radius they receive a steady stream of clients from doctor referrals and neighboring hospitals. The owners maintain an active role in community development in the region and are keen to see their legacy continue post-sale. From its entire product range and prescription business the pharmacy currently generates around $2M in revenues. Profit margins to the business are in excess of 3% - 5% of revenue. Annual discretionary cash flow earnings to the new owner, i.e. adjusted EBITDA, is estimated to be $250K - $350K, sufficient cash flows to a new owner to service some debt financing. New owners purchasing the pharmacy would ensure that 8-10 essential jobs in the town are saved (4 full-time and 6 part-time).


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