MIAMI - Retailers must consider numerous factors before putting nurse-staffed health clinics in their stores, said Randy Heiser, vice president, pharmacy, Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, in a presentation at the Supermarket Pharmacy Conference of the Food Marketing Institute, Washington, this month. Giant Eagle has piloted one clinic, which it discontinued, and is developing a larger pilot, he said. "We want five to 10 of these out in the next year," Heiser told SN. Among the considerations are ...

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