HOUSTON — As of Saturday, RediClinic has reopened 21 of its 22 clinics in Houston and the surrounding area. The clinics are operating on a modified schedule from 9 a.m-6 p.m.
“Over the past several days, Houston witnessed the strength of its people – it’s remarkable how our community has come together to respond to the devastation Harvey inflicted on Houston and the surrounding area,” stated Danielle Barrera, RediClinic’s chief operating and marketing officer. “Our incredibly dedicated associates are no exception. We’re extremely proud of their commitment and grateful for the collective strength of our community.”
"As a Houston-based company, we have experienced first-hand the depth of devastation Harvey has caused.”RediClinic’s Kingwood location is currently closed due to flooding. Patients in this area should visit the nearby Atascocita clinic until further notice. All Austin and San Antonio RediClinic locations are open.
The Rite Aid Foundation donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross to help the victims, families and communities affected by Hurricane Harvey. As a wholly owned subsidiary of the Rite Aid, RediClinic is proud to participate in relief efforts. Additionally, RediClinic is in discussions with local agencies to aid in Houston’s recovery from Hurricane Harvey and is also working to provide disaster relief support to RediClinic associates impacted by the storm.
“As a Houston-based company, we have experienced first-hand the depth of devastation Harvey has caused,” said Web Golinkin, CEO of RediClinic. “RediClinic is grateful to all in our community, including our clinicians. We’re ready to do whatever we can to help Houston heal, and we are committed to its full recovery.”