Let’s just say; in the perfectly hospitable environment, you could have everything you want and need on tap. But today’s work and business environments will remain hostile for the foreseeable future. Things are tenuous as it is. But this does not mean that you and your first row of patients need to be on tenterhooks. Consider it quite a blessing that these patients have chosen you. But still, you need to service them.
And how so? You are just out of medical school, still weighing up how you are going to service your study loan going forward, and still giving much thought on setting up a private practice. As a qualified optometrist, you wish to avoid having to work for a public institution. Good that you know there are business retail opportunities for you in this practice. You also know instinctively; you could service your patients better while in private practice. But the expense of setting up the practice is something you are going to have to put up with for now.
Fortunately, there are always ways and means for you to make ends meet prudently and responsibly. While it may be true that it’s still touchwood, you can still put your used optometry equipment to good use without any risk to your practice or patients. You know what they say about the tools. Brand new or used, the tools are still only as good as its user. Fortunately, you have the confidence in your abilities.
And you need not leave anything to chance. These used instruments have been fully repaired and serviced. No responsible medical engineer would dispense tools otherwise. It would be tantamount to malpractice. And fortunately, these used instruments are affordable for you too.