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Rite Aid Foundation donates $2.3M in grants to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

The grants are aimed at enabling children’s hospitals to further efforts focused on improving the health of children in the communities where Rite Aid operates. 

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Rite Aid names new COO

The Camp Hill, Pa.-based retailer has named a new COO, with Bryan Everett stepping down to pursue other opportunities.

Rite Aid reported a net loss of $78.7 million, or $1.48 per share, and adjusted net income of $6.3 million, or 12 cents per share.

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Rite Aid has integrated Apriss Health’s NarxCare platform into its pharmacy workflow to help its pharmacists better identify patients at risk of prescription drug abuse and misuse.

The Rite Aid Foundation has completed another round of KidCents regional grants, this time disbursing more than $5 million to 233 nonprofits.

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Rite Aid’s annual Pharmacy Champions Program allows Rite Aid customers to recognize a pharmacist, pharmacy technician or wellness ambassador who has delivered exceptional health-related care.

The Rite Aid Foundation announced that 390 students have been selected as 2019 Folds of Honor educational scholarship recipients through its KidCents program.

Rite Aid is letting patients get an early start on preparing for flu season.

Rite Aid has named Heyward Donigan to the role of CEO, succeeding John Standley, who will be stepping down from the position.

The company said the site is designed to allow customers to create calendars, photo books, stationery, greeting cards, wall décor, and photo prints and enlargements.

Rite Aid is partnering up with telehealth company In Touch Health to introduce its RediClinic Express virtual care offering.

One of Rite Aid’s core values is to be a caring neighbor — one that gives back to the communities and cities it serves in meaningful ways.

Rite Aid said that select stores in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania would be stocking the brand’s ice cream in 48-oz. containers in up to eight flavors.

Amazon Counter, which debuted at more than 100 Rite Aid stores Thursday, allows shoppers the option to pick up their Amazon packages at a retail location.

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