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CVS Health said Thursday its stores will be grouped into three models.
Some will be traditional pharmacies offering retail products and some health care. Others will be allocated to customer primary care, and the company will break out an enhanced version of its “HealthHUB” locations, according to the Associated Press.
The Absecon store’s closure Wednesday left many questioning their prescriptions status.
CVS Retail Communications Manager Matt Blanchette confirmed that customers’ prescriptions at the store were being transferred across the White Horse Pike to the Absecon Walgreens. Customers, however, may opted to send their prescriptions elsewhere.
The company has several locations near Absecon, in Pleasantville and two in Galloway Township, one of which is in the township’s Pomona neighborhood.
“We understand the disappointment of our closing store’s neighbors and customers. We are committed to the area and will continue to provide the community with outstanding service at our other stores nearby,” Blanchette told The Press of Atlantic City.