Walgreens to transit its Cincinnati-area retail healthcare clinics to TriHealth
TriHealth, a not-for-profit health system with six hospitals and 130 sites of care, will own and operate seven of pharmacy store chain Walgreens’ Cincinnati area retail health clinics in the US following an agreement between both the companies.
TriHealth at Walgreens clinics inside Walgreens stores will provide health care to patients in the Cincinnati area for common illnesses and injuries, as well as services for chronic care follow-ups without prior appointment.
Dr Chet Robson – acting chief medical officer, Walgreens said: “Today’s announcement demonstrates our ongoing commitment to collaborate with community health systems, like TriHealth, to offer convenient access to affordable healthcare services while helping to ensure a true continuum of care for our patients.”
The clinics scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2020 will operate daily, including evenings and weekends.
Mark C Clement – president and CEO, TriHealth said: “In collaboration with the largest network of primary care providers in the area, our priority care centers and our 130 sites of care, these retail clinics enhance our ability to provide the right care at the right place.
“And since these clinics are connected to a trusted health system, patients can be assured access to the appropriate level of care for their condition.”
New TriHealth at Walgreens clinics will add to the Walgreens Find Care offerings accessible to Walgreens mobile app and online customers and patients.
TriHealth at Walgreens clinics will be located at the following Cincinnati-area Walgreens stores: 719 Ohio Pike in Cincinnati, 5403 N Bend Rd in Cincinnati, 9775 Colerain Ave in Cincinnati, 4090 E Galbraith Rd in Deer Park, 10529 Loveland Madeira Rd in Loveland, 4605 Montgomery Rd in Norwood and 12110 Lebanon Rd in Sharonville.