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Hunters Woods Rite Aid Getting a Walk-In Clinic

by Karen Goff February 3, 2016 at 10:30 am 3 Comments

Rite Aid at Hunters Woods Village Center

Crews are at work renovating space in the Rite Aid Pharmacy at 2260 Hunters Woods Village Center so it can hold a RediClinic.

RediClinics are Rite Aid’s walk-in clinics, which can treat a variety of medical issues. Clinics are staffed by licensed practitioners (nurse practitioners or physician’s assistants), are open seven days a week (and many evenings) and take most insurance plans.

RediClinic staff can diagnose and treat a variety of common illnesses such as colds and flu, ear infections, strep throat and urinary tract infections. They can also perform school and work physicals and give vaccinations. See a list of services on RediClinic’s website.

Several area Rite Aid’s including locations in Sterling, Falls Church and Alexandria, have RediClinics.

No opening date has been set.

  • Chuck Morningwood

    Or you could use your Obamacare and go see your GP or Family doctor.

    Sounds to me like a business catering to the “uninsurable”.

  • Sec8

    Will they be able to treat the stab wounds from pedestrians walking down the RA trails?

  • Chuck Morningwood

    I think you miss the point. Aren’t many Latinos here legally and, therefore, insurable?

    But I bet you never miss the opportunity to imply “Racism”, do you?


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