$39.00 a visit and currently not accepting insurance, but plans to later.  The clinics will be staffed by a nurse practitioner with physical therapists down the road a possibility.  BD

Shoppers can buy fruits and vegetables and get treated for ills. [Steven J. Dundas]

Shoppers can buy fruits and vegetables and get treated for ills.


CRANBURY - ExpressCare of Cranbury last week staked its claim in the growing market for walk-in medical clinics by opening a location in a ShopRite supermarket in Neptune.

The clinic is the first of six that ExpressCare plans to open in ShopRite stores, where nurse practitioners will treat patients, write prescriptions for common illnesses and dispense advice on smoking cessation and other health issues. Subsequent clinics will be in stores in Woodbridge, Ewing and Brick in New Jersey and in Philadelphia and East Norton, Pa.

Customers can check in at ExpressCare kiosks if workers are busy, at which point they will be handed the kind of beepers that some restaurants hand to waiting diners. Shoppers can then pick up groceries and be paged when their turn comes.

Source:  NJBIZ.com

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