News | October 29, 2006

Winn Dixie Offers Walk-In Medical Clinics

Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. is partnering with Birmingham, AL-based WELLSPOT Medical Clinics Inc. to open free-standing walk-in medical clinics in three Jacksonville, FL area Winn-Dixie stores in mid- November. Current plans call for additional Winn-Dixie/WELLSPOT walk-in clinics in the Jacksonville area early next year, with the partnership expanding into other Winn-Dixie stores with in-store pharmacies in FL, GA, AL, MS and LA through the end of 2007.
"This business partnership benefits our customers by providing them with quality medical care in a location they already know and trust for their food and pharmacy needs," said Peter Lynch, president and CEO of Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. "Establishing WELLSPOT clinics inside Winn-Dixie stores extends our commitment to getting better all the time and serving the needs of our customers by making economical health care more accessible to the neighborhoods and communities we serve."

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