RediClinic provides treatment of nearly 30 common medical conditions, plus preventive services like screenings, tests and immunizations.
Today’s shopping list: bread, milk, eggs — and a physical. While this may not sound like the typical supermarket offering, it’s exactly what’s available at 30 H-E-B stores with in-store medical clinics. H-E-B’s RediClinics are among the 1,456 retail-based clinics in the U.S. CVS/pharmacy accounts for the bulk of them with 666 clinics, followed by Walgreens (372), Wal-Mart (108), Kroger (100), Target (54), H-E-B (30), ShopKo (16) and Rite-Aid (15), ...
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