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Rosenbluth promoted to Walgreens corporate VP


DEERFIELD, Ill. —Walgreens has promoted Hal Rosenbluth, president of Walgreens health and wellness division, to corporate vice president.

Walgreens health and wellness division was formed last month as part of the retailer’s announced acquisitions of two work site health center operators—I-trax of Chadds Ford, Pa., parent company of CHD Meridian Healthcare, and privately held Whole Health Management of Cleveland. Upon closing of the transactions, Walgreens will have more than 500 work site and retail health centers in 40 states, including its Take Care Health clinics.

Rosenbluth is the co-founder and chairman of Take Care Health Systems, which was acquired by Walgreens in 2007. He has 29 years of experience in the business-to-business sector as founder of Rosenbluth Intl. a global travel management company.

Through a series of acquisitions, he built RI into a $3 billion business with 4,300 employees operating in 15 countries before selling the company to American Express in 2003. The following year, he co-founded Take Care Health Systems, which opened its first convenient care clinic in November 2005.

“Hal’s passionate about health care in terms of improving access and lowering costs for patients and payers, and he is well respected in the business, health care and political worlds,” stated Walgreens chairman and chief executive officer Jeff Rein.

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