Rite Aid stores are hoping to attract more back-to-school shoppers with a new assortment of supplies, including affordable electronics and dorm room furniture.
Rite Aid Pharmacy & Business News
Rite Aid may be a company in the midst of a major transformation to provide greater access to health services, but there is one thing that hasn’t changed and won’t change — Rite Aid’s commitment to helping its neighbors.
Rite Aid’s wellness+ loyalty program was a key catalyst in the company’s turnaround, Ken Martindale, Rite Aid president and COO, told Drug Store News. And now that the loyalty program is evolving into wellness+ with Plenti, part of a first-of-its-kind loyalty coalition, it may serve as another bellwether for Rite Aid as the company transforms into a comprehensive retail healthcare company.
From the leadership team in Camp Hill, Pa., to the nearly 90,000 associates it has in the field and in its stores, they believe in themselves and have built a culture focused on finding and implementing the next big idea, and creating important differentiation from their competitors.
After three fiscal years of profitability and an impressive transformation, it’s obvious that there is strength in Rite Aid.
Anyone who knows me knows that I spend a lot of my free time in the gym.
One thing I learned pretty quickly: There are no short cuts. Having the body you want means commitment and dedication over the long haul.
Fifteen-year procurement vet Frank Ho will help keep Rite Aid on course toward reaching long-term cost management goals.
Rite Aid Health Alliance is currently in seven markets, but 11 additional providers have expressed interest in the model.
Executive with experience in development and administration of enterprise risk management solutions will serve Rite Aid as company expands governance, risk and compliance program.
Pharmacy same-store sales a big driver behind June results at Rite Aid.