Retail Clinics: Quality, Affordable Health Care on Your Schedule

Retail clinics are quality, convenient, affordable healthcare facilities located in pharmacies, grocery stores, and shopping malls across America. Some of the country’s most well-known stores have retail clinics, including CVS/health, Walgreen’s, Target, Walmart, ShopRite, Giant, Kroger, H-E-B, and more.

Staffed by certified health care professionals, retail health clinics treat minor health complications and injuries, provide physicals and other health screenings, and offer vaccinations, immunizations, labs, and tests - all without an appointment and at lower prices than Urgent Care Centers or Emergency Rooms.

What do Retail Medical Clinics Treat?

What do Retail Medical Clinics Treat?

Whether you have health insurance, a high deductible health plan, or no insurance at all, you can be treated at a retail medical clinic. Some services include:

  • Cold/Flu Symptoms
  • Sore Throat
  • Upset Stomach
  • Poison Ivy
  • Full Health Exams
  • Minor Cuts
  • Lice
  • Sports/School Physicals
  • Flu Shots
  • Blood Sugar Tests

Retail Clinic Services

Why Use a Walk-In Retail Health Clinic?

Working parents, young professionals, busy moms and dads with sick kids, and seniors can all benefit from visiting walk-in retail clinics.

When to Use a Retail Clinic

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