MedCity News July 14, 2020
Amazon is testing a pilot to offer primary care clinics for its employees. The company plans to open 20 locations operated by direct primary care startup Crossover Health.
Another big retailer is getting into primary care. Amazon.com Inc. will open 20 clinics for its warehouse employees operated by direct primary care startup Crossover Health, the company announced on Tuesday. The clinics will be located near Amazon’s fulfillment centers and operations facilities, with the first one opening in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Earlier this month, Walgreens shared plans to open hundreds of primary care clinics attached to its stores. Walmart, too, has started building health centers attached to its stores, which include primary care, dental, and a number of other common...