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MINNEAPOLIS — Target Clinic has inked a new strategic relationship with healthcare system Duke Medicine in an effort to provide greater access to care at four new Target Clinic locations in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., which opened on July 29.
Physicians from Duke Primary Care will provide medical directorship services, such as availability for consultation with Target Clinic providers and regular chart reviews, at the four new clinics.
“As we introduce Target Clinic to our guests in Raleigh-Durham, we are excited about this relationship with Duke’s world-renowned health system, which was recently ranked among the top 10 medical centers nationally by U.S. News & World Report,” stated Kevin Ronneberg, medical director for Target Clinic. “The physicians at Duke Medicine and Target Clinic’s nurse practitioners will work together to provide our guests with greater access to convenient, affordable, high-quality health care.”
“These four new clinics will be capable of offering a high level of convenience and accessibility for people seeking care for a variety of basic health needs,” added John Anderson, chief medical officer for Duke Primary Care. “Target Clinic has developed a strong model of care for the services it will provide in its clinics, and we look forward to working with them.”