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Coughing, sneezing, scratchy throat?
Whatever the symptom, get back to better faster with MinuteClinic®.
The family nurse practitioners at over 1,000 MinuteClinic locations are ready to diagnose and treat your winter ills. From the common cold to bronchitis to sinus infections to strep throat. They can also write prescriptions, if medically appropriate.
- Protecting your family against the flu
- Is it a cold or allergies?
- MinuteClinic on The Doctors: Strep Throat
- The MinuteClinic experience
Blogger spotlight: Annie Stow from stowedstuff.com
Annie Stow is a 36 year old lawyer's wife and working mom to 4 adorable kiddos, ages 8, 5, 3 and a newborn. She and her family live in the suburbs of Boston and love sharing their adventures online. Life is full, crazy and fun. Annie is a teacher, a story teller, a nail biter, a wine drinker, an adventure seeker, a traveler, a photographer and a lover of country music. She lives for a trip to Target without the kids and will never be seen in heels. She loves coffee ice cream and is still searching for that runner's high everyone seems to be talking about. She fears the dentist and loves to take naps. She hates cheap toilet paper and bad drivers who don't use their blinkers.
MinuteClinic is the walk-in medical clinic inside select CVS/pharmacy® stores. We provide quality and convenient health care services 7 days a week — no appointment necessary. We accept most insurance plans.
Our clinics are staffed by nurse practitioners and physician assistants who provide treatment for common family illnesses and injuries, administer vaccinations, conduct physicals and wellness screenings, and offer monitoring for chronic conditions.*
We're grabbing headlines across the country with our commitment to convenient, high quality health care. You can read about us in major media outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today.