We have worked with professionals and organisations in the healthcare industry for many years guiding them on a wide range of specialist healthcare accounting issues.
We have helped, and continue to help and advise clients in almost every area of the healthcare sector; from primary care trusts, the workforce development confederation and the Department of Health, to small local GP and dental surgeries – both sole practitioners and partnerships alike. The long term relationships we have developed with these clients have enabled us to understand the challenges faced by healthcare professionals, and to offer advice based upon real understanding and experience.
Professional or a key decision maker within the healthcare sector, we know that you are under increasing pressure to find the best solutions to a wide range of commonplace concerns including funding and resource levels, legislative changes and litigation. This is why we have formed our Healthcare group comprising individuals who are experts in healthcare accounting and really know your field. Our specialist Healthcare team work together to share their experiences and develop a deeper understanding of the healthcare industry. This means that you can rely on us to keep you informed of the latest accounting or tax issue likely to impact on your business, or to suggest the most efficient pathway forward.
Our healthcare accounting services
We provide a wide range of advisory and support services for the healthcare profession.
In addition to the general accountancy and tax services we provide, we have developed accounting and support services specifically tailored for clients within the healthcare sector. These services include:
- Practice management; finance, partnership agreements and employment and pension issues
- Advice on partnership/joint venture structures
- Associate agreement structures
- Managing mergers, acquisitions and demergers
- Guidance on computer accounting systems
- Partnership tax returns
- Wealth management
- Succession planning
- Consultancy services to Primary Care Groups and Primary Care Trusts