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Healthcare is a defensive industry and will exceed revenues of $300 billion by 2020. Medically led weight loss is a multi-billion dollar opportunity in a vastly underserved Canadian market.

The expenditure ranges below represent start up cost estimates for launching a Weight2Lose licensed clinic. You can estimate your own start up budget by entering metrics into the active fields. Please use a PC (larger screen) to navigate this page effectively. Avoid using a small mobile screen.

The default metrics in this cashflow calculator are projections of your operational licensed site (beyond 6 months). You may customize the active field metrics to plan your own “break even” timeline and establish profitability targets. Please use a PC (larger screen) to navigate this page effectively. Avoid using a small mobile screen.

Monthly Revenue MetricsMonthly Expenses
Active Clinical Patients Projection#Rent*$
Nutritionist Fee
(by patient)
$Overhead (not including rent)$
OHIP Fees
(by patient)
$Front Desk Payroll$
Active Fitness Program Patients#Contractors (e.g. design work)$
Average Quantity of Fitness Workshops
(by patient)
#Miscellaneous$
Average Fitness Workshop Price
(per session)
$
Miscellaneous Income
(e.g. corporate wellness project, research project, etc.)
$
Total (OHIP Fees)$0
Medical Doctors
(total expense)
$0
Total (clinical nutrition)$0
Clinical Nutritionists
(total expense)
$0
Total (fitness workshops)$0
Certified Fitness Trainers
(total expense)
$0

Total Monthly Revenue$0Total Monthly Expense$0

Provider Fees
Medical Doctors**%Net Profit (monthly)$0
Account Management Fee***%Net Profit (annual)$0
Clinical Nutritionist
(monthly rate per patient)
$
Certified Fitness Trainer
(per session)
$
*Rent amount should reflect the office space allocated to Weight2Lose clinic operations. (e.g. 2 out of 4 offices, represent 50% of the monthly lease).
**Enter percentage amount paid out to physicians, not in decimal format. (e.g. "75" is the correct format)
***Enter percentage amount paid out to W2L, not in decimal format. (e.g. "5" is the correct format)