AFC Urgent Care: A business model that is good for your health
Albert Saad, the CEO and owner of three AFC Urgent Care centers that opened in 2014 in central and northern New Jersey joins Enterprise Radio. A fourth AFC Urgent Care is slated to open in Aberdeen, NJ in the first quarter, 2019.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Albert Saad discuss the following:
- With everyone leading such busy lives, it’s no wonder urgent care centers are so popular. What inspired you to open AFC Urgent Care centers in NJ?
- As part of your business model, do you do the build out or do you rent your spaces?
- Why is this business model so successful?
- What do you offer on site at AFC Urgent Care?
- When it comes to our health, we all need to feel comfort knowing we are getting the best care in the most expedient manner. What advice would you offer anyone listening about treating their family at an AFC Urgent Care Center?
Albert Saad is the owner of three AFC Urgent Care centers that opened in 2014 as part of a contemplated rollout of six to eight such centers in central and northern New Jersey. The next center in Aberdeen is slated to open in the first quarter of 2019.
He has been elected by his peers to the AFC Franchisee Advisory Council and appointed to the AFC Marketing Steering Committee. Saad previously developed 13 institutional-grade commercial properties in the northeast totaling more than 1,000,000 rentable square feet; most recently through strategic partnerships with a publicly-traded REIT. Prior to that, Saad worked as an investment banker at Bear, Stearns & Co., where he served as a Vice President.
Saad holds J.D. and M.B.A. degrees from the University of Toronto and an undergraduate degree in business and mathematics from McGill University. He is admitted as an attorney in New York State and has lectured as an adjunct professor of corporate finance.
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