solo practice

single-handed practice

A term used for those GPs in the UK who operate alone from their premises—i.e., are not in partnership with other GPs.

solo practice

Medical practice by a single physician–a solo practioner, usually understood to mean a nonspecialist. See Private practice; Cf Group practice.
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Whether it's a kick-about in the streets with your mates and a borrowed ball, a bit of solo practice in the shadow of the ground, or even a visit by the great Bill Shankly himself to your neighbourhood for a chat about the match, there's little doubt we've been a city dominated by football for a very long time.
During the past 13 years, her solo practice has grown into a boutique law firm, Holloway & Norman Law Group, with four attorneys and two full-time paralegals.
Bailey, who was admitted to practice law in Missouri in 1998, has a solo practice in Clayton specializing in personal injury law.
After graduation, he became a partner in that firm and later opened a solo practice, making estate planning a key component of the practice.
So an opportunity to make connections with others who might actually understand the stresses of legal practice is lost, and we feel even more isolated.<br />Attorneys in small or solo practice face different problems trying to generate business, manage the practice and produce good work, but often with far fewer resources, training and revenue.
"The challenges to solo practice have nothing to do with private equity investment.
He guides readers through the process of obtaining the best training and continuing education possible; creating an environment conducive to elective surgery; establishing lasting doctor-patient relationships; and efficiently managing a solo practice, clinic, or institutional department.
He had a thriving solo practice in urgent care, until Anthem Blue Cross, which covered about 60 percent of patients in his practice, decided to destroy him.
Dad-of-four Paul Shoesmith crashed during solo practice on the course's Sulby Straight on Saturday.
The median revenue of a solo practice led by an advisor who is not a CFP professional is $250,000, while the median revenue of solo CFP professional practices is $350,000, according to the study.
Having explored the pros and cons of making the move from solo to partnership in the first part of this series, along with the various partnering options to consider and how to find the right fit, we will now examine best practices for transitioning from a solo practice to a partnership, plus strategies to help ensure the partnership flourishes in the long-term.