When child care worker Kimberly Nunez woke up one morning with her eye swollen from a sty, she called her doctor.
“The doctor wasn’t in that day,” she recalled. “When I called they just told me to go to urgent care or somewhere where they could handle it.”
Nunez decided her best option was a CVS MinuteClinic in Philadelphia.
“No calling, no nothing. Easy. It’s very convenient. It’s always a second option,” she said.
CVS is hoping its latest move will make it a first option for more consumers.