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Building a new clinic is a bit like navigating a forest.

Free Guide to successfully starting your own clinic.

You need a compass, map, and ideally a trail guide to get you around and through the obstacles and challenges, so you come out on the other side safe and sound.

There can be many pitfalls and unforeseen expenses if you have not built a clinic before. The endless details can be overwhelming.

At Decca Design, we want you to know that starting your clinic doesn’t have to be scary, difficult project full of challenges and costly time delays. You can achieve the results you want—and more—if you’re prepared.


Having vision, direction and a qualified team to support you can make the difference between hell and a heavenly journey.

We created a step-by-step guide to show you how to create your new practice with way less stress and maybe even some fun; It’s called the 6 Essential Stages of Building a Highly-Profitable Practice. It gives you the directions needed to get from start to finish with details to ensure the journey goes the right way.

Whether you’ve already started the process, or you’re at the information-gathering stage, the 6 Essential Stages to Building a Highly Profitable Practice will eliminate the typical overwhelm of the design and construction process and ensure you build a highly-profitable practice.


Don’t get lost in the forest of endless decisions. 

Download your FREE step-by-step guide at buildyourpractice.ca



For over 20 years, Decca Design has helped doctors, dentists and health professionals create clinics that deliver an exceptional patient experience and positively impacts the bottom line. We created the 6 Essential Stages to Building a Highly Profitable Practice to ensure our clients have the information and action steps they need to create their dream clinic without the headaches, mistakes and overwhelm.


If you are needing some inspiration, check out our website at www.decca-design.com or Pinterest.com. We can be found at Decca Design.

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