Star Wellness® works with corporations, municipalities, and school districts to find affordable, convenient, and innovative solutions to their health and wellness challenges. As a Star Wellness® medical services franchise owner, you too can offer a wide array of on-site wellness services.
To buy a franchise with Star Wellness, you'll need to have at least $75,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $61,850 - $97,500. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Home Office:||Euless, TX|
The Star Wellness™ concept was founded in 2001 to fill the "missing link" in the healthcare system, which has historically lacked convenient, quality wellness and prevention programs.
With increasing chronic illnesses and soaring medical costs affecting families and employers alike, it only made good business sense to focus on preventing disease through regular medical screenings.
By making health screenings both affordable and convenient, the Star Wellness™ franchise concept has been able to make a positive impact — for employees and the companies they work for, and for individuals seeking preventive health solutions in convenient retail settings.
Now with the opportunity to own a Star Wellness™ franchise, you can take control of your own future as an independent business owner, but with the support of a professional organization. And, you can do it with pride and satisfaction, knowing that you are helping companies take control of their healthcare costs — and helping individuals take better care of their own health!
At Star Wellness®, the two main goals of our health screening business are to:
That is why Star Wellness® works with corporations, municipalities, and school districts to find affordable, convenient, and innovative solutions to their health and wellness challenges.
As a Star Wellness® medical services franchise owner, you too can offer a wide array of on-site wellness services, including:
Best of all, owning a health screening franchise like the one that Star Wellness® Franchising, LLC has developed allows you to take control of your own future as an independent business owner, but with the support of a professional organization to back you up.
And, you can do it all while taking great satisfaction in knowing that you are helping companies take control of their healthcare costs – and helping individuals take better care of their own health!
What will I receive as part of the Star Wellness® franchise system?
We will provide corporate-based classroom training lasting up to five days. We will also provide up to three days of on-site help at the time of your first corporate health event, in addition to ample ongoing support. As a franchise owner, you will have access to all Star Wellness® trademarks, operational tools, research and procedures. We'll also present you with a copy of our confidential operations manual to help you run your business properly on a day-to-day basis.
What type of prior experience do I need to have?
Health care experience, for example as a doctor, nurse or phlebotomist, may be an advantage for Star Wellness® franchise owners, but a medical background is not specifically required. We do look for franchise owners who will be committed to the idea of wellness and prevention programs. Regardless of your background, we'll provide you the support you need to run your Star Wellness® business. We do, of course, also expect that you have the right amount of capital to invest in the franchise.
How much will the Star Wellness® franchise investment cost me?
The estimated required investment for a Star Wellness® franchise ranges between $62,000 and $94,000 for a start-up location, including a franchise fee of $45,000. As with any new business venture, it's important that you have the capital needed to adequately fund your new business.
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Interested parties should have at least $70,000 in liquid capital to invest.