Reid Health to Open Clinic at Grocery Store

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The clinic is located in the front of the store. The clinic is located in the front of the store.

Reid Health and Meijer are partnering to open the Reid Health Ready Care Clinic at its Richmond store. Reid says the clinic will offer convenient care for minor health issues like bronchitis, bug bites and stings and seasonal allergies.

“This clinic is designed to offer convenience and expedited service for the appropriate types of services. Of course, there will always been more serious situations in which urgent care or emergency care will remain the appropriate option,” Reid Health President & CEO Craig Kinyon said.

The clinic is scheduled to open on October 5.

The clinic will offer treatment and services for the following:

  • Athlete’s foot
  • Bronchitis and coughs
  • Bug bites and stings
  • Cold, canker and mouth sores
  • Diabetes screening (finger-stick)
  • Earaches and infections
  • Flu tests
  • Minor burns
  • Minor skin infections
  • Strep tests
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Sunburn
  • Tetanus
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