Retailing Finds a Small Niche in the Independent Clinic

Emily Brill
Published: Monday, Jul 10, 2017
Teri Guidi

Teri Guidi

Some clinics sell vitamins. Others hawk headscarves and bras fitted with prosthetic breasts. Still others sell wigs, swimwear, and shirts with detachable breast pockets (for easy port access). Whether the practice is large, with a boutique staffed by a full-time employee, or small, with an unmanned rack in the waiting room, it isn’t uncommon for a clinic to try selling nonmedical products to patients.
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