CHICAGO — Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, is getting ready to decide on a health clinic operator and extend the program to 10 stores within 12 months, said Randy Heiser, the retailer's vice president of pharmacy. After an initial test, which it discontinued last year, Giant Eagle has been searching for the right operator to work with, Heiser said. “We are currently evaluating who we are going to use as a clinic partner. We are hoping to make that decision in the next 30 days, and we have plans to ...

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