Wal-Mart begins to rebuild health clinic business
New York Times, May 12, 2009
Early in 2008, Wal-Mart spoke of having 400 walk-in clinics by 2010. But later in 2008, that plan went into reverse: Of the 78 clinics Wal-Mart had in operation at the beginning of 2008, all but 17 were closed. Now it is rebuilding that business, this time largely in partnership with hospitals.
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