RediClinic Revamps Website

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RediClinic Revamps Website


RediClinic, a subsidiary of Camp Hill, Pa.-based Rite Aid Corp. that operates roughly a combined 100 convenient care clinics in select Rite Aid and H-E-B stores, has unveiled a redesigned website that makes access to high-quality, cost-effective convenient care even easier.

The new 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

With 63 clinics available in select Rite Aid stores around Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington, D.C., New Jersey and Seattle, as well as 36 in select H-E-B locations in San Antonio, Houston and Austin, Texas, RediClinic is open seven days a week with extended weekday hours.