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In recent months, RediClinic — which operates 43 clinics in Rite Aid stores in the Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington, D.C., and Seattle markets, as well as 35 clinics in H-E-B grocery stores in Houston, Austin and San Antonio — has continued to form alliances with local healthcare providers. The company continues to strengthen its ability to offer convenient health care to more patients through its partnerships with local healthcare providers.
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One of the most recent of these alliances came in February when RediClinic and Aria Health, a large healthcare provider in eastern Pennsylvania, teamed up on a deal that the companies say will offer greater convenience, increased access and more affordable healthcare to residents in these markets.
Earlier, RediClinic struck a similar deal with the Seattle-area not-for-profit healthcare organization MultiCare Health System that has seen the companies jointly operate 11 RediClinics inside Rite Aid pharmacies in the Puget Sound region.
RediClinic CEO Web Golinkin has said that partnerships like these coupled with Rite Aid’s heritage as a healthcare provider signals a bright future for RediClinic. The company already has provided nearly 2 million patients with easy access to high-quality, affordable health care, and that number should only continue to rise in the coming years.