Investors May Find Opportunities In Retail Clinic Growth

Law360, New York (June 2, 2015, 10:36 AM EDT) -- The role of retail clinics in health care has been steadily and rapidly expanding in recent years, and private equity funds are taking note. The private equity community has actively invested in this arena with some regularity in the past decade, with several funds investing in national and regional businesses and then strategically selling such investments to well-positioned buyers such as grocery chains, large "big box" retailers and urgent care clinics. Opportunities in the retail clinic space remain and this article addresses these opportunities.

The Increasing Popularity of Retail Clinics

Traditionally, retail clinics provide preventative care and treatment for simple, acute...

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