Clyde Munro has moved its headquarters to a new site in Glasgow city centre to accommodate its ambitious growth plans.
The move sees the dental group double its support centre size, moving the headquarters next door to its flagship practice.
The group now boasts 25 practices across Scotland, with plans to double in size over the next year.
‘Being on the acquisition trail means we need to ensure our central support centre can provide the skills and experience needed to support our rapidly growing group of dental practices that deliver the highest levels of patient care,’ Jim Hall, founder and chief executive at Clyde Munro, said.
‘This is a significant move for us and comes at a very exciting time for Clyde Munro.
‘It’s the launchpad to support our rapid acquisition plan that will see us add practices across Scotland.
‘Doubling the floor space from our previous site has given us the vital capacity to expand.
‘With room for our growing number of staff and modern facilities for the team to enjoy as they work hard to provide our practice teams with the help and support they deserve.’
Clyde Munro operates an expanding network of family dentists across Scotland, employing more than 100 clinicians.
The company’s goal is to be Scotland’s ‘local dentist’ and it has signalled its intention to continue acquiring more practices.
These new headquarters occupy the site of one of the group’s former practices – which has seen its patients transferred to nearby City Dental.
‘Our first priority was to ensure our patients were taken care of and that any move would be in their best interest,’ Mr Hall continued.
‘While the practice has moved a short distance, the feedback from patients has been brilliant.’