Study: Patients without primary care doctors use in-store clinics

09/10/2008 | Reuters

Many patients who don't have primary care physicians are visiting in-store health clinics, according to research. Only 39% of people who visited a retail clinic reported having a primary care doctor, compared with 80% of those in a national sample.

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