Pioneering medical co-working company Lina has opened its third location, in Aventura, Florida.
Lina was founded by husband/wife team Vicrum Puri and Rachel Puri to help alleviate the many burdens of private practice physicians and reverse their decline, which has dropped to an unprecedented less than 50% in the U.S. By offsetting increasingly steep costs — including labor, staffing, operating and real estate — and providing turnkey suites, a supportive community and flexible membership options, Lina has championed physicians to flourish and retain their autonomy, the company said.
“Everything from our state-of-the-art equipment to our elevated environment to our administrative services enables the well-being of our physicians as much as their patients,” said Vicrum. “Our cost-effective alternatives combined with member access to invaluable networking and resources has allowed practitioners to launch, sustain and grow their practices.”
Lina’s two current flagship medical co-working spaces are based in New York City: one near the Flatiron Building and close to Grand Central Terminal. Lina Aventura is located in the same building as the Serena Hotel and in the heart of the Medical District.