Rite Aid premieres in-store RediClinics

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Ken Martindale, Rite Aid president and COO

Robert Thompson, Rite Aid executive VP of pharmacy

Web Golinkin, RediClinic CEO

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NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA. — Rite Aid Corp. officially marked the opening of the first RediClinics in its drug stores in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Wellness Store in Newtown Square, Pa., just outside Philadelphia.

Rite Aid president and chief operating officer Ken Martindale, Rite Aid executive vice president of pharmacy Robert Thompson and RediClinic chief executive officer Web Golinkin were among the company executives speaking at the event, which inaugurated the opening of 24 clinic locations in Rite Aid stores in the Philadelphia and Baltimore/Washington, D.C., markets.

Signage outside the Newtown Square store indicates the presence of the RediClinic, which has two exam rooms and is situated just steps across from the pharmacy counter and adjacent to the OTC department. Patients can be treated for more than 30 common health conditions, and clinicians can write prescriptions, which are sent electronically to the pharmacy in the store or to a pharmacy of the patient’s choice.



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