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KANSAS CITY - McKeever Enterprises here, operator of eight Price Chopper supermarkets, is working with MedBasics, to open up to seven in-store health clinics starting this fall.
"If we can help guests 'check' more off their list during a visit to a McKeever-operated Price Chopper, then we not only create a stronger relationship, but we also increase the likelihood of repeat business - whether they're healthy or ill," said Alan McKeever, president of McKeever Enterprises, of the deal.
MedBasics is already contracted to operate in 15 Price Chopper and Hen House stores, according to the company.
MedBasics clinics are staffed by licensed nurse practitioners and physician's assistants, and offer a variety of routine medical services, including physical exams, immunizations, flu shots and treatment of common illnesses like allergies, bladder infections, bronchitis, ear and sinus infections and strep throat. Visits normally take 15 minutes, with no appointments needed, and are $49 for most services, the clinic operator said.