- MinuteClinic forms clinical collaboration with St. Rose Dominican Hospitals
- CVS Caremark names new president of CVS/pharmacy
- CVS Caremark names Helena Foulkes EVP, chief healthcare strategy and marketing officer
- CVS Caremark's Jim Trappani steps down
- Mike Bloom resigns from CVS/pharmacy, assumes president, COO role at Family Dollar
WOONSOCKET, R.I. MinuteClinic, which is owned by CVS Caremark, has expanded its Massachusetts-based clinics to 20 with Wednesday's opening of two new locations in Hanover and Quincy.
"Since opening our first store-based clinic in Massachusetts in 2008, we have helped to expand access to high-quality, convenient and affordable care to thousands of residents who have visited us at convenient CVS/pharmacy locations near where they live and work," stated Andrew Sussman, president of MinuteClinic and SVP/associate chief medical officer of CVS Caremark. "We are committed to working with the medical community in Massachusetts to build on the state's precedent-setting efforts to broaden access to quality health services."
According to MinuteClinic, it has had more than 50,000 patient visits in Massachusetts (not including flu shot visits) in less than two years. About 70% of the patients seen at MinuteClinic locations in Massachusetts do not identify a primary care provider. MinuteClinic offers those patients without a primary care provider information on nearby practices accepting new patients.