SHOREVIEW, Minn. — Convenience care retail health clinics, which debuted 12 years ago in Cub Foods stores, are poised for healthy 10% growth in the coming year, according to “The ConvUrgentCare Report on United States Walk-In Clinics,” released this month.
Walk-in health clinics have become more sophisticated in their development, said Tom Charland, chief executive officer of Merchant Medicine, who produces the annual report and is a research consultant, based here, for ...
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