Take Care opens four clinics in Pittsburgh area; plans for fifth by year’s end


PITTSBURGH, Pa. Take Care Health Systems, which is owned by Walgreens, has expanded its presence in Pennsylvania with new retail-based health clinics in the Philadelphia area and Pittsburgh.

The company has opened the doors of four new clinics in the Pittsburgh area.

A fifth new clinic is slated to open in Pittsburgh in late December. These openings are in addition to eight existing Pittsburgh locations. There are now 15 clinics statewide.

As previously reported by Drug Store News, the company also recently launched seven Take Care Clinics in the Philadelphia area, including Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.

“The expansion in Pennsylvania underscores our commitment to creating better access to health care in the state. Pittsburgh residents have embraced this high-quality, affordable and convenient health care since September 2006 when the first Take Care Clinic opened locally,” said Peter Miller, Take Care Health Systems president and chief executive officer. “We are thrilled to have locations in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas, offering quality health care built around patients’ needs.”

There are currently 304 Take Care Clinics in operation.

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