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Walmart storefront Walmart would like to to grab a bigger slice of the health care market’s revenues and hopes that its new heath centers can do the job.

Venturing further into the health care arena, Walmart is testing out yet another concept in providing some forms of care whether customers are insured or not.

According to a KCRA report, Walmart is testing its new health center in Georgia, where customers can stop in to see a doctor for routine checkups as well as for ongoing treatment of chronic illnesses like diabetes and heart disease—even if they have no health coverage.

Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.

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