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Skypoint Medical Center grows in Schaumburg

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  • Dr. Sameer M. Naseeruddin

    Dr. Sameer M. Naseeruddin


An interview with Dr. Sameer M. Naseeruddin, CEO of Skypoint Medical Center.

Q: How do you describe your business?

A: We treat our patients with allopathic methods that provide a natural, modern approach to well care and pain relief. My primary focus is vein care and internal medicine.

Q: As a local business, what has been your company's biggest obstacle during the recession?

A: Our biggest challenge has been strategic management of overhead costs and utilization, while continuing to provide premium quality health care.

Q: What is one important tip you would give someone just starting a business today?

A: I would advise someone to really understand their business model and develop a comprehensive business plan that includes a vision statement for growth over the next 5 to 10 years.

Q: Is this what you pictured yourself doing when you were young?

A: Yes, I did picture myself being a doctor when I was young; although, I did not realize that I would enjoy entrepreneurship so much.

Q: If you could give one tip to a rookie business owner, what would it be?

A: Take calculated, strategic risks which are in you and your company's best interest, and you will come out ahead.

Q: What has been the most difficult obstacle in running or starting a small business?

A: Finding means to reduce costs and maximize returns.

Q: How has business been this past year?

A: We have expanded, diversified, and experienced progressive growth. It's been our biggest year ever of growth.

Q: Who has had the most influence in your life?

A: My wife. She has been an excellent counsel who has provided me with valuable feedback, brilliant advice, and support in making business decisions.

Q: What is the key to your company's success?

A: Our key to success is taking calculated, strategic risks. In addition, we are successful because of the support and excellent business advice from my family, wife and friends.

Q: What keeps you up at night?

A: When my day is over, I think about whether I have provided the best care to my patients and done my best for that day.

Q: If you could put your company name on any sports venue, which one would you choose?

A: Chicago Bears; Soldier Field

Q: What was your first paying job?

A: Believe it or not, I did sales subscriptions for the Daily Herald when I was 16! First job ever, thank you (smiles)!

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