Take Care Health Systems opens new clinic in Pa.
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. Take Care Health Systems, which is owned by Walgreens, has announced the opening of a new clinic in the Philadelphia market.
With this new clinic opening in Norristown, Pa., there are now 10 clinics operating in the market.
The company currently has a total of 341 clinics in 35 markets throughout 19 states.
Homedics unveils No-Touch Thermometer
COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. Homedics showcased its No-Touch Thermometer at ECRM’s Home Health Care conference last week. The thermometer, which can be used for both fever temperature readings on a child as well as the temperature of a feeding bottle, features a press-and-hold button that lights green when the thermometer is an appropriate distance from the surface. No-Touch Thermometer retails for a suggested $79.99 and also features memory recall of the last 20 temperature readings.
Mueller awarded ‘Outstanding New Product’ award at ECRM Home Health Care
PRAIRIE DU SAC, Wisc. Mueller Sports Medicine was recognized at ECRM Home Health Care last week with the “Outstanding New Product” award. The award represents the buyer’s pick for best new product introduced at the show. Mueller was gifted a full-page advertisement in Drug Store News for winning the award.
Mueller was recognized for its Mueller Green Adjustable Back and Abdominal Support, featuring a unique cinching brace with pull-straps designed for one-handed tightening for abdominal compression and lumbar support.
The product begins shipping in June and will retail for a suggested $34.99. The product is part of Mueller’s green line, so named because of the more environmentally-materials used in production. But in this case, the green has more meaning. The back and abdominal support brace could replace as many as four SKUs on the shelf, which could mean more green for a retailer’s supply chain.