Practice Management Consulting

Our medical practice appraisal specialists are battle tested court qualified experts in valuing medical practices.

Our valuation team are skilled fiduciary professionals who stand ready to help doctors and spouses of doctors throughout the United States and the District of Columbia find out what their medical practices are worth.

The PVG valuation team works with solo doctors, group practices and medical, dental, chiropractic, veterinary and podiatry specialists and sub-specialists as well as allied practices such as mental health specialists, nurse practitioners, physical therapists and urgent care centers and ambulatory surgical centers offering them practical advice and cutting-edge solutions to difficult medical practice valuation problems such as buying into a partnership, selling or buying a medical, dental or podiatry practice or getting a divorce.

Vincent M. Brinly, Director of Valuation Services and David J. Shuffler, Director of Client Services, have valued hundreds of primary care practices and forty or more specialty and sub-specialty practices such as cardiology, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology, radiology and in vitro fertilization as well as oral and maxillofacial surgery and podiatric surgery practices.

We take pride in our commitment to excellence, our appraisal smarts, and our first-rate client service.  Let us help you find out how much your medical practice is worth.

PVG appraisals are conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice of The Appraisal Foundation (USPAP) and the Principles of Appraisal Practice and Code of Ethics of the American Society of Appraisers.

“I value doctor practices. I’ve done it for a long time and I do it well. Why? Because I understand how to value a medical practice. I take into account macroeconomic issues and consider practice specific risk factors. My passion is giving doctors good advice and practical, proven solutions to their particular valuation problem.”

– David J. Shuffler