RediClinic: Convenient Retail Healthcare Near You

RediClinic provides high-quality, convenient and affordable healthcare that fits your lifestyle. Located inside select Rite Aid Pharmacies and H-E-B grocery stores, our board certified clinicians treat most common medical conditions, as well as minor injuries, and prescribe medications when appropriate. We also offer a broad range of preventive services, including screenings, medical tests, immunizations, and physical exams. RediClinic is open seven days a week, including extended weekday hours. We accept most major insurance plans. Same- and next-day online appointments are available.

Whether you need to be treated for the flu or allergies, your child needs a sports physical, you need the recommended vaccine for a trip abroad, RediClinic is the most convenient and affordable solution. To find the nearest clinic in your area, click here.

Health care is one of our nation’s largest and fastest growing industries, accounting for nearly 3.2 trillion in annual expenditures and more than 17.8 percent of our gross domestic product. While our healthcare delivery system has significant strengths, including a tradition of scientific advancement and technological innovation that is unmatched anywhere in the world, it rarely gets high marks for its accessibility and affordability.
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At RediClinic, our executive team, led by Web Golinkin, has a unified mission of providing you with the highest quality healthcare. Read the executive bios.
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RediClinic has provided more than two million patients with easy access to high-quality, affordable health care since 2005. We believe that partnerships are key to our success, allowing us to make our services and programs available to many more patients. You can find our in-store health clinics inside select Rite Aid pharmacies and H-E-B grocery stores, next to the pharmacy.
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RediClinics are staffed by licensed nurse practitioners and physician assistants, supported by medical assistants. Clinicians are also supported by physicians who provide oversight and are affiliated with a local healthcare system.