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CVS adds 15 HealthHUBs in Texas

CVS adds 15 HealthHUBs in Texas

HOUSTON - CVS has rolled out HealthHUBs in 15 of its pharmacy locations across the greater Houston area, the company announced Jan. 13.

Key features of the HealthHUBs, which CVS began piloting last year, include a greater selection of health and wellness products, including DME and sleep apnea products.

"Customers tell us they want local access to convenient, personalized and integrated health care," said Jeffrey Schmidt, senior vice president, CVS Pharmacy. "Our HealthHUB locations do just that—helping to elevate the store into a community-based health care destination where consumers can engage people they trust, who are accessible and knowledgeable, to help bring everything together in a better health experience at a lower cost."

Currently, CVS has 53 HealthHUBs in Texas, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

The 15 new HealthHUBs in Houston are part of CVS's strategy to scale the program nationally, with plans to bring HealthHUBs to 17 states in the first part of 2020.

CVS plans to bring 1,500 HealthHUBs to areas throughout the U.S. by the end of 2021.


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