Walmart Wants to Take Over Healthcare (And It Just Got a Step Closer)

Even before the pandemic, Walmart  (WMT) – Get Walmart Inc. Report has been on a steadfast mission to make its dent on the health-care space. 

A 10,000-square-foot space offering primary medical services, dental care and behavioral health services, the first “Walmart Health” center opened in Dallas, Georgia, in September 2019.

A few months before, it had announced plans to acquire telehealth company MeMD and, by 2021, became a major provider of COVID-19 vaccines.

“We continue our work to build a larger health and wellness business and help customers and associates have a better experience when it comes to their healthcare,” CEO Doug McMillon told investors after an earnings call in 2021.

Rachelle R. Sowell

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