MinuteClinic launches video visit offerings in Oregon, Washington

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WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health announced that MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic, has rolled out its video visit offering in the states of Washington and Oregon. People in those states with minor illnesses, minor injuries and skin conditions can now seek care through MinuteClinic Video Visits, a telehealth offering. MinuteClinic Video Visits provide patients with access to care 24 hours a day, seven days a week from their mobile device or computer.

“We’re excited to introduce the states of Washington and Oregon to MinuteClinic through our new MinuteClinic Video Visit offering, as we continue to build our national practice for this virtual care service,” said Sharon Vitti, President, MinuteClinic. “MinuteClinic Video Visits demonstrate our commitment to delivering high-quality care when and where our patients need it, at prices they can afford; providing people who live and work in Washington with access to an innovative, on-demand health care option right from their cell phone or computer.”

MinuteClinic Video Visits can be used to provide care for patients ages two years and older who are seeking treatment for a minor illness, minor injury, or a skin condition and are initiated through a computer or mobile device, including through the CVS Pharmacy app. Patients who opt to seek care through a MinuteClinic Video Visit will experience the same high-quality, evidence-based care they receive at traditional MinuteClinic locations inside select CVS Pharmacy and Target stores.



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