Mary Hull, left, a nurse practitioner, examines Blake Howard, 12, at the Minute Clinic at CVS pharmacy in Arcadia in 2012. Retail health is still in its infancy as a means of delivering health care, yet it has already proven to be an effective supplement to traditional models.
Mary Hull, left, a nurse practitioner, examines Blake Howard, 12, at the Minute Clinic at CVS pharmacy in Arcadia in 2012. Retail health is still in its infancy as a means of delivering health care, yet it has already proven to be an effective supplement to traditional models. Gary Friedman Los Angeles Times file
Mary Hull, left, a nurse practitioner, examines Blake Howard, 12, at the Minute Clinic at CVS pharmacy in Arcadia in 2012. Retail health is still in its infancy as a means of delivering health care, yet it has already proven to be an effective supplement to traditional models. Gary Friedman Los Angeles Times file

Retail clinics an important piece of health care system

December 27, 2014 4:00 PM

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