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NEW YORK -- The trend for drug retailers to test in-store health clinics broadened over the past week, as two new players entered the fray of low-cost, alternative health care.
Albertsons announced that it has inked a deal with Take Care Health Systems to test its in-store Health Centers in six Osco Drug Stores in the Greater Kansas City market. The Osco-based clinics will be staffed with certified nurse practitioners.
"We are excited to now provide our patients with easy access to high-quality, affordable health care services in addition to the care Osco Pharmacists provide in their neighborhood drug store," said Kevin Tripp, executive vice president of drug …