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Bashas' plans to open retail in-store clinics in its Bashas', Food City, and Ike's Marketplace stores to provide convenient, low-cost care for common medical problems.
The grocer entered into a long-term agreement with Avondale, Ariz.-based convenient care provider MediMin to develop clinics staffed with certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants with physician oversight.
"This is an opportunity to advance the evolving retail health care market," said Rob Tofil, president of MediMin. "By partnering with Bashas' and local hospitals, we can more effectively provide health care to not only the uninsured, but also provide a convenient access point for the thousands of people trying to get medical care. This is a great way to better serve our community."
MediMin is a privately held corporation with operations in Arizona.