Nearly 1,300 retail walk-in clinics are currently operating in the United States, involving 41 retailers. While the majority of growth has been in the drug channel, supermarkets continue to view the segment with interest. This summer alone, Target opened new outlets in three Chicago-area stores; Giant Eagle brought the concept to a remodeled pharmacy inside a store near Pittsburgh; and Safeway is reportedly making room in dozens of units throughout Southern California that could be up and ...
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