I founded this company because I didn't agree with the changes occurring in a profession that I truly love. Why should we model our profession after a human model that is broken? Why should we allow non-veterinarians to take over private-practice veterinary medicine? I worried about my colleagues and friends that had spent a lifetime building their business and when it came to retire, they could not sell because there wasn't a suitable buyer or adequate funds for a practice transaction.
I decided to take action rather than sit idly by and watch veterinary practices become medical factories. I founded a company that has a culture of TRUST as it's cornerstone. Practices where core values center around doing the right thing, no matter what. A community of practices that we can proudly call our own.
I work with two groups of veterinarians. On the one hand we have doctors that want to exit or plan to in the future. Jointly, we seek to maximize their net worth through customized buy-out strategies. On the other hand, we engage doctors that either want to own their own practice or work in practices that values their abilities. Together we build a team comprised of veterinary entrepreneurs, associate veterinarians and talented, compassionate staff members. We invest in facilities and equipment so that the level of medical care and client service is exceptional. Our practice-support and leadership team ensures that the Legacy Practice is marketed enthusiastically, operated efficiently and established on financially sound veterinary business principles.
I encourage you to look through the information presented here. We will start with our core values. If you have questions, just call me. I am always ready to talk about what being a veterinarian means to me.
Timothy Jordan, DVM MBA
Do the right thing and do our best, always and without fail
Our word is our bond and we can be counted on by others
Advocate for our patients so that they may get the best possible medical care
Rowing together with maximum effort, accountable to ourselves and others
Be life-long learners and share our knowledge with others with a humble confidence.