Rite Aid has 61 stores in Louisiana, including 11 in the greater Baton Rouge Area, and employs nearly 1,00 associates across the state.
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To better understand personal immunization needs, customers can visit Rite Aid's Vaccine Central at www.riteaid.com/vaccinecentral.
Unlike existing registration systems that place patients in a queue, RediClinic customers can make a same- or next-day appointment for a specific time at a chosen location.
Heath Dialog and RediClinic's new CFO has nearly two decades of experience as a financial executive, most notably at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was chief auditor.
John Standley brings extensive retail experience not only from his current role as the chairman and CEO of Rite Aid, but also from his many years in other senior leadership positions, CarMax noted.
As millennials have cemented themselves as the largest generation by population at 75.4 million, outnumbering baby boomers for the first time, the retail industry has been inundated with insights about their shopping habits.
Whether a freshman or a senior returning for the final year, Rite Aid also carries the essentials needed to get college students situated for a fresh start with products such as sheet sets, lamps and laundry baskets.
The donation will support program operations as it works towards helping its students stay on the right path through mentorship and academics.
Amgen, Cardinal Health, Rite Aid and Walmart helped support American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists this past weekend.
The New York Post Thursday evening reported that talks between Walgreens Boots Alliance and the Federal Trade Commission concerning its proposed acquisition of Rite Aid are progressing. "The drug store giant is in talks with the Federal Trade Commission about what it needs to sell to gain regulatory approval of the $17 billion deal, sources said on Thursday," The Post reported. "The talks with the FTC about divestitures is a sign regulators are open to approving the merger, sources said." (The New York Post)