Med One Capital will expand beyond the healthcare leasing industry and enter into the general commercial leasing sector.
After 25 years of medical leasing experience, Med One is aiming to take a piece of the largely thriving middle-market and assist such businesses, along with small market companies, in achieving their business goals.
“More and more we are finding opportunities to assist businesses that are outside of the healthcare arena with their equipment needs,” said Larry Stevens, president and CEO of Med One Capital. “The collective years of experience in the equipment leasing industry represented by our team members makes this a logical step in our efforts to offer the Med One way of doing things to a much wider customer base.”
Med One offers general leasing services to a diverse number of businesses for a variety of equipment based on each company’s credit level. The types of equipment up for leasing vary depending on the long-term value of the items. Med One will also continue to look for partnering opportunities with equipment vendors for essential use equipment.
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