Attention Wal-Mart shoppers, the doctor is in.
Solantic, an urgent care company based in Jacksonville, has struck a deal with the world's largest retailer to locate walk-in clinics in two of its stores in Florida.
Each center has a board-certified physician on duty.
Solantic says the flexible hours will make it easier for people who rarely see a doctor to do so without going to an emergency room.
In addition, the days of cooling your heels in a waiting room are over. Solantic says after you check in, you can go out and shop in the store and you'll be paged or called on your cell phone when it's time for your appointment.
Solantic says if the Florida experiment is successful, the concept could be taken nationwide.
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