CAMP HILL, Pa. — In a reorganization of key leadership, Rite Aid Corp. has promoted president and chief operating officer Ken Martindale to the newly created position of chief executive officer of Rite Aid stores. The drug chain said late Monday that Martindale, 55, takes the new post effective immediately and will continue to report
CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid is continuing to enhance its appeal as a retail health care destination, most recently through the introduction of the OneTripRefills medication synchronization service. Launched during the drug chain’s fiscal first quarter, OneTripRefills enables patients who enroll to receive all of their monthly maintenance medications in a single trip to
CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid Corp. has expanded its wellness+ loyalty program with the chainwide rollout of Plenti, the coalition rewards program that the drug chain joined earlier this year. Called wellness+ with Plenti, the free program is now open to current and new wellness+ members, who can sign up at any of Rite Aid’s
CAMP HILL, Pa. — In another sign of its financial turnaround, Rite Aid Corp. has opened its first newly built store since 2010. Rite Aid on Tuesday held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new 14,500-square-foot store, located at 4999 Jonestown Rd. in Harrisburg, Pa., not far from the company’s headquarters in Camp Hill, Pa. U.S.
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. — Rite Aid Corp.’s retail health care strategy took a big step forward with the official opening of RediClinic health clinics in two dozen of its stores. Ken Martindale, president and chief operating officer of Rite Aid; Robert Thompson, the drug chain’s executive vice president of pharmacy; and RediClinic chief executive officer
Rite Aid has inaugurated its first in-store RediClinics with the official opening of 24 locations in the Philadelphia and Baltimore/Washington, D.C., markets, and company executives are enthused about the boost that the retail clinics will give to its drug stores. Ken Martindale, president and chief operating officer of Rite Aid, said at yesterday’s grand opening
CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid Corp. is making steady progress with its health care initiatives, including the opening of the first RediClinic health clinics in the drug chain’s stores. In a conference call last month on its fiscal 2015 third quarter earnings, chairman and chief executive officer John Standley and president and chief operating