Walgreen broadens its healthcare reach
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), January 14, 2009
Walgreen Co. plans to announce a network of pharmacies, in-store clinics, and company health centers it will market to corporate and government employers nationwide. Under the drugstore chain's "Complete Care and Well-Being" program, participating employees at work would be able to get checkups, preventive care and other services. Walgreen's Take Care health clinics would be available for basic services outside of business hours.
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