New RediClinic.com Offers Faster, Easier Access to High-Quality Convenient Care
Redesigned website makes staying healthy easier with one-click appointments, advanced mobile and search capabilities and actionable health content
New careers section offers insight into rewarding professional opportunities
HOUSTON, TX—June 6, 2017—RediClinic, a leading operator of convenient care clinics, unveiled today a redesigned website that makes it even easier for people to access high-quality, cost-effective convenient care. Using the new site, patients can make an appointment with one click, personalize their entire RediClinic experience, access thousands of customer reviews and browse actionable health content. RediClinic redesigned its site to make it even easier for its patients to get healthy and stay healthy.
The new RediClinic.com offers a highly responsive online platform that allows one-click appointments from a mobile or desktop device: no need to scroll or search. Patients can also personalize their experience by marking their favorite local RediClinic, which gives them access to accepted insurance plans, pricing, special promotions and hours for a preferred location. Actionable health content on topics ranging from preventing urinary tract infections to managing allergies to eating well helps patients stay healthy by staying informed.
“RediClinic makes staying healthy convenient for busy people,” said Danielle Barrera, chief operating and marketing officer for RediClinic. “One-click appointments, a personal connection with a favorite clinic and information that helps people get healthy and live healthy are just a few of the new ways RediClinic is making access to quality care even easier.”
A new career section offers prospective associates rich insight into life as a RediClinic team member. Comprehensive benefits information, an online clinic tour and a list of frequently asked questions help candidates understand RediClinic’s deep commitment to delivering high-quality convenient care. Video testimonials featuring the perspectives of clinic staff offer keen insight into RediClinic’s culture as well as its commitment to its patients and the communities it serves. Talented candidates can visit the site at rediclinic.com/careers.
Continued Barrera: “We believe our clinic teams are among the most dedicated, compassionate and accomplished in the country. Our new careers section showcases their unique perspectives in addition to providing a comprehensive view of career opportunities at RediClinic so that we may continue to attract the nation’s best clinical talent.”
Located in Rite Aid pharmacies and H-E-B grocery stores, RediClinics are open seven days a week with extended weekday hours. Patients meet with nurse practitioners or physician assistants licensed to diagnose, treat and when appropriate, prescribe medication for a broad range of preventive and acute health needs. RediClinic is the ideal destination for rapid relief from more than 30 common conditions such as earaches, strep throat, and urinary tract infections that don’t require urgent care but can’t wait. Its broad range of preventive services includes basic physical exams, including back-to-school and camp physicals, immunizations and health screenings. Patients can schedule same- or next-day appointments from their mobile, tablet or desktop device or simply walk in. For more information, including locations, hours of operation, services, insurance coverage and prices, visit www.rediclinic.com.
RediClinic currently operates 63 clinics inside select Rite Aid stores in the greater Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington D.C., New Jersey and Seattle areas, and 36 clinics inside H-E-B grocery stores in Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas. Since opening its first in-store clinic in 2005, RediClinic has successfully treated more than two million patients. RediClinic is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Rite Aid Corporation. For more information about clinic locations, hours of operation, services, insurance coverage and prices, visit www.rediclinic.com.
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