• 42% said their health insurer covered all or a portion of the costs;
  • 22% were uninsured at the time of the visit;
  • 83% were satisfied with the convenience of the clinics;
  • 90% were satisfied with the quality of care;
  • 80% were satisfied with the cost, which typically ranges from $25 to $60 for a visit;
  • 44% visited the clinic for a vaccination;
  • 33% wanted treatment for a common medical condition, such as an ear infection, cold, strep throat, skin rash or sinus infection; and
  • 19% went for a preventive screening test for chronic conditions, such as hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes or allergies.
Sixty-four percent of those polled said they would be concerned about the qualifications of staff at a retail clinic not run by physicians.

Source: Most People Who Have Used Retail Clinics Are Satisfied With Care, Poll Finds


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