RediClinic will focus on telemedicine going forward. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
RediClinic, owned by Rite Aid, closed all of its Texas clinics Aug. 13 and moved to a new business model focused on telemedicine.
Rite Aid Virtual Care, powered by RediClinic, connects patients with board-certified clinicians. According to the company's website, RAVC clinicians can diagnose and treat common medical conditions. They can also write and electronically send prescriptions.
RediClinic had 36 Texas locations across 21 cities before the closures. 833-423-7334. www.rediclinic.com
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