Way To Grow
Dermatologist Eric Schweiger, MD, grew his East Coast private practice from one to 40 locations in eight years.By Keith Loria When New York City-based dermatologist Eric Schweiger, MD, opened a private practice in midtown Manhattan in 2010, he had no idea it would one day become the first of 40 Schweiger Dermatology Group locations, treating more than 325,000 patients in the last year alone. He credits his fast growth to his patient-centric philosophy, his deep understanding of New York City patients and an entrepreneurial outlook.
“There was no grand plan to have 40 offices,” he says. “It was about putting one foot in front of the other, finding good providers and evolving with time. My mindset was to create the ultimate patient experience. That means letting patients be seen when they want to be seen, making sure they have a good experience at every touchpoint and focusing on all aspects of dermatology.”
The son of a physician, Dr. Schweiger knew at an early age he wanted a career in medicine. He received...
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