Walgreens push into comprehensive care picks up momentum 

WALGREENS DROVE deeper into the health care sector on Monday, Nov. 7, when its VillageMD unit announced it would acquire another primary and urgent care provider, Summit Health-CityMD, in a deal worth close to $9 billion. / MICHAEL DWYER / ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK – Walgreens extended its push into more comprehensive health care with its VillageMD unit acquiring another urgent and primary care chain, Summit Health-CityMD, in a deal worth close to $9 billion.  Walgreens and rival CVS Health Corp., two retail chains with thousands of locations, have evolved in recent years with a greater focus…

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