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Do your part for the community and have an immense impact on the lives of seniors by starting a franchise that specifically caters to senior citizens. The ever-increasing senior population is in need of home healthcare services, medical testing and treatments, delivery services, and companionship. Your healthcare or senior care franchise could give the senior community services that allow them to live full and enjoyable lives.

Find the perfect Franchise Opportunity for you!




Opportunities: From senior day care to spa services for seniors, there is sure to be the right franchise opportunity for you. The most prominent healthcare and senior care franchises are organized in the following categories:

MedSpa Medical
Senior and Home Healthcare

Healthcare 1 by Ed Yourdon

Image Courtesy of Steven Brisson


Healthcare 2 by Mark Kobayashi

Image Courtesy of Steven Brisson


Top Franchises: According to the AllBusiness AllStars Top Franchise Rankings for 2009, the top franchise opportunities in the automotive industry include:

1. Jan-Pro Franchising
2. Comfort Keepers
3. Massage Envy
4. Home Instead Senior Care
5. Home Helpers
6. Senior Helpers
7. GNC
8. BrightStar Healthcare
9. Synergy HomeCare
10. HealthSource Chirporactic


Analyze the Cost: To assist in your research, Franchise Gator associates the following costs with each of the respective franchises opportunities below:


Under $50,000

 American Business, LLC
 The Pajama-Man School

Money Stack

$50,000 - $100,000

 Home Care Assistance
 Bright Star
 Senior Magazine

Money Bag

$100,000 - $200,000

 Sterling Optical

Gold Bricks

Over $200,000

 Dazzle Dental







Sources: In addition to specific citations noted in this “Overview” section, supplementary source materials include: Franchise Gator and AllBusiness.com.