In the world of small business opportunities, a senior home care franchise is one of the best bets, and a Nurse Next Door home care franchise stands above the rest. This exciting business opportunity has a proven recipe for success. Described as one of America’s most promising franchise opportunities, Nurse Next Door offers prospective franchise partners the chance to build a business with heart – making a difference in the lives of seniors in their community while building income and wealth for themselves and their family.
To buy a franchise with Nurse Next Door, you'll need to have at least $100,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $250,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $120,000 - $200,000. They also offer financing via 3rd party as well as a discount for veterans. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Home Office:||Vancouver, B.C.|
The senior care franchise market is expected to grow rapidly for at least a generation, which means an equally growing need for both medical and non-medical home care services to keep our loved ones at home. And of course, with that need comes an unparalleled home care business opportunity for entrepreneurs across the United States, Canada, and Australia.
We know that with any strong business opportunity comes competition. Differentiating your home health care business is critical to maximizing your growth and profitability. Enter: Nurse Next Door.
A Recession-Resilient Business: The landscape of every industry has shifted drastically in the past few months with the spread of the COVID-19. For many businesses, this has resulted in being forced to close their doors. Home care, however, is uniquely positioned to provide an even greater level of support to our communities.
The Care Services Platform: Nurse Next Door’s franchise concept has always been built around a key differentiator — centralization. Unlike most other home health care franchise systems, we believe our Franchise Partners should be out in their community, not stuck behind a desk. What started as a 24/7 call center to manage scheduling has evolved into so much more!
Our Core Purpose is Making Lives Better: We bring this to life everyday through our Core Values. Core values are part of our DNA — it is the filter that our Leadership Team uses for decision-making, how our caregivers engage with clients, and how those who are lucky enough to become a Franchise Partner operate their business.
Special Opportunities for Care Givers: If you are currently a care giver, and you would like to own your own business, we have special programs, just for you! Contact us for details!
A Nurse Next Door franchise is catered towards individuals who are leaders with an entrepreneurial passion and undeniable level of tenacity.
You’ll manage a team, hiring caregivers and other team members to support your business as you grow. You will be representing your business and brand in your local community. You will build relationships with local healthcare organizations in your community (hospitals, PT offices etc.), attend/host events to educate the public on home care being an option to consider! The core purpose of a Nurse Next Door franchise is to make lives better.
3 out of 4 Nurse Next Door Home Care Franchise Owners come from a non-medical background. No matter what background you have, Nurse Next Door has a robust training and support system to set you up for success and continue to support you as you grow your business.
We have a robust support system in place to ensure our Franchise Partners hit their goals!
While medical or nursing experience is an asset, it isn’t necessary. We love partnering with motivated, passionate people who have the confidence to drive a bold pink car and possess purpose, the ability to connect with others and build relationships, strong leadership skills, and the tenacity and dedication for success!
Take the first step to financial independence. Become a home care business owner with Nurse Next Door. Request more information today!
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Interested parties should have at least $100,000 in liquid capital to invest.