Kroger invests in The Little Clinics
The Tennessean, June 2, 2008
The Kroger Co. has announced that it has made a "significant investment" in The Little Clinic LLC to help speed up a nationwide rollout of walk-in medical clinics in its supermarkets. The Little Clinic currently operates inside 26 Kroger stores, offering basic non-emergency medical care through a staff of registered nurse practitioners and physicians' assistants. The Little Clinic was founded in 2003, and has locations in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan and Tennessee.
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