Supermarkets compete with alternative formats to open comprehensive-care medical clinics
There's more to Supermarket Retailing Today than nutritional counseling, blood pressure checks and flu shots. Retailers are making an appointment to add in-store medical clinics that further build on the supermarket's emerging role as a health care destination. Sometimes referred to as convenient care or retail health clinics, the offices are designed to draw more traffic into stores and also nurture sales of pharmaceuticals and other health-related merchandise. Additionally, the clinics ...
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