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February 27, 2013
08:02 EDTCVSMinuteClinic signs clinical affiliation with North Shore-LIJ
MinuteClinic, the retail health care division of CVS Caremark, and North Shore-LIJ Health System have signed a clinical collaboration to enhance access to health care services in Nassau and Suffolk counties and the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Under the agreement, North Shore-LIJ physicians will serve as medical directors for MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinics open seven days a week inside two CVS/pharmacy stores in Bellport and Syosset, Long Island, and one on Staten Island. The agreement also includes plans for future clinics in the region as part of a national expansion that includes 150 new clinics in 2013 to reach a total of 1,500 clinics in the U.S. by 2017.
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