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Pharmacy opens state's first in-store clinic

Facility is one of 28 planned for this year

Nurse practitioner Judith Zickl (left) met with Rosemarie Spada of Norwood at the MinuteClinic in a Medway CVS store. Nurse practitioner Judith Zickl (left) met with Rosemarie Spada of Norwood at the MinuteClinic in a Medway CVS store. (DAVID KAMERMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Ryan Kost
Globe Correspondent / September 18, 2008

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MEDWAY - The milk advertisement (just $3.89 a gallon!) hanging in the window of the Main Street CVS was normal enough. But the sign next to it was a little different. That sign was peddling in-store health care, the sort that comes with a nurse practitioner, vaccines, and diagnoses. (Full article: 635 words)

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