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The retailer has quietly opened half a dozen primary care clinics across South Carolina and Texas and plans to launch six more before January.
The clinics will be staffed by nurse practitioners in a partnership with QuadMed.
These new clinics are fully owned by the company and branded explicitly as one-stop shops for primary care.
The clinics will be open longer and later than competitors: 12 hours per day during the week and another 8-plus hours per day on weekends.
So , I guess I must ask, what is your opinion of going to the doctor at Wal-mart?
originally posted by: RifRAAF
$40? thats a lot, here we are kicking up a stink about a proposed $7 fee to see a doctor. I guess that the price for FREEDUMB eh?