How to make your health care system better, simpler, and cheaper: Medica clinic portal
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WALGWEN Clinics and Walgreens are expanding their animal clinic portals to expand access to the most affordable healthcare for pets and wildlife.
The clinics and Wal-Greens are the first to launch the portals, with more clinics expected to launch in coming months.
“We know this is an exciting time to be in the veterinary world and to expand the number of veterinarians and veterinarians in the community,” said Maria Rinaldi, chief marketing officer for Medica, the nation’s largest provider of veterinary services.
“Our goal is to serve everyone in the healthcare system who needs it most.”
Walgreens launched the portal last week and the first clinics to join are in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City.
The portals offer a variety of health care options, including veterinary, emergency and emergency surgery, pet dental, vet tech, veterinary therapy, pet health and more.
They are available on the Medica portal, and they will eventually expand to the online portal.
“Medica Clinics is a community of vets who want to provide access to all their services, with the same compassion and care that patients deserve,” said Rinal DiRocca, Medica’s chief marketing executive.
“As a community, we see the value in partnering with other communities and partners to help provide the best healthcare possible for animals in our community.”
The new portals also offer a list of health providers that are accepting pet visits, as well as information on veterinary and emergency services that are open to pets.
WALGWEN Clinics and Walgreens are expanding their animal clinic portals to expand access to the most affordable healthcare for pets…
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