Nation-wide drug store chains have built basic medical testing and diagnostic services available inside their traditional drug store facilities. These are staffed with trained and experienced medical providers who are appropriately licensed.
As these drug store clinics become accepted by more consumers, small local drug stores may build in to their facilities their own drug store clinics. These would be staffed with trained, experienced medical providers who are appropriately licensed.
These facilities provide an expanding list of basic medical tests. All are provided by trained, licensed medical practitioners. Based upon results, you may be referred to doctors. You may usually purchase prescriptions onsite.
Your advice and opinions on this site will help identify services and staffing for personnel in drug store clinics will be made available for your good health, inquiries, and convenience.
From what you know at this time about drug store clinics, about how willing are you to use one at your preferred drug store for periodic testing?
Using your experiences, would you consider going to a local drug store clinic for vaccinations for you and your children?
Vaccinations available at a drug store clinic could include flu, hepatitis B, tetanus & pertussis boosters, and vaccinations required for travel.
Based upon what you know now, would you consider going to a local drug store clinic for treatment for minor injuries?
These could include abrasions, minor burns, sprains & strains, and staple & suture removals.
Considering what you know today, would you consider going to a local drug store clinic for standard common treatments?
These could include bladder infections, early Lyme disease, head lice, seasonal allergies, mononucleosis, and pink eye?
Based upon what you know now, would you consider going to a local drug store clinic for respiratory illnesses?
These could include bronchitis, coughs, colds, ear infections, laryngitis, sinus infection, and sore throat.
Some medical tests require that specimens be sent to an outside laboratory facility for analysis. It may take 2 to 5 days for you to receive test results. Does this seem reasonable for you to accept at a drug store clinic?
Some tests require that specimens be sent to a laboratory for analysis. Does this procedure seem reasonable to you?
Doctors often use outside laboratories to analyze tests that they perform in their offices. Does this use of contract laboratories by drug store clinics seem reasonable to you?
From what you know today, would you consider going to a local drug store clinic for sports and kids’ camp physical exams?
If a drug store clinic were to open inside a CVS, Osco, or Walgreen’s near you, about how interested might you be to go there for a diagnostic test?
How do you feel about using a small local drug store with a built-in clinic?