In-store health clinics may soon be non-optional for supermarkets. The old rationale of not enough space for a new service is becoming null and void as the grocery industry watches much smaller drug stores make room for the clinics. As a result, the number of the health clinics in supermarkets, as well as drug stores and mass merchants, is increasing rapidly. With entrepreneurial operators and large health care companies seeking a foothold in this relatively new service area, it is up to ...
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