Dollar General has announced plans to open three mobile health clinics on a pilot basis at locations in Middle Tennessee, making the discount retail giant the latest brand to step into the burgeoning health care meets retail, or “medtail, ” space.

The brand is partnering with mobile health and transportation company DocGo Inc. to operate the clinics in vans in parking lots of three Dollar General Stores in the Volunteer State. The clinics will accept Medicaid/TennCare, Medicare and other insurance and will be available for scheduled appointments or on a walk-in basis.

The rollout is part of the brand’s DG Wellbeing initiative, which aims to provide both preventative care and urgent care services, as well as care for chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, and COPD.

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