The Washington Post
Walmart will open 28 new health care centers
in the United States next year, the nation’s largest retailer by revenue said Thursday. Located inside Walmart Supercenters, the new centers will offer services including primary care, dental care, behavioral health, labs and X-ray, audiology and telehealth. The company operated 32 such centers at the end of 2022 and plans to open 17 this year. The centers announced Thursday — 10 in Dallas, eight in Houston, six in Phoenix and four in Kansas City — will bring the total to 77 by the end of 2024. As American consumers deal with stubborn inflation, spending is shifting from goods to services, including health care.