Third Jacksonville Walmart Health clinic approved

The Arkansas-based retailer wants to open seven medical care centers in Northeast Florida.

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The city issued a permit June 29 for construction of a Walmart Health clinic in Mandarin, the third primary-care center approved for the retailer in Jacksonville and the second in less than a week.

Hutton Construction Co. Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is the contractor for the 6,534-square-foot clinic within the Walmart Supercenter at 10991 San Jose Blvd. at a cost of $1.02 million.

Hutton Construction also is the contractor for the $1.02 million project to add a 6,510-square-foot clinic within the Walmart Supercenter at 4250 Philips Highway. The city issued that permit June 25.

In March, the city permitted construction for a 6,495-square-foot Walmart Health clinic at the retailer’s Southwest Jacksonville Supercenter at 7075 Collins Road. Golden & Associates Construction LLC of Birmingham, Alabama, is the contractor for the $900,000 project that will be an expansion of the store.

Walmart Health offers primary care, urgent care, dental and lab services, imaging, counseling, and optical and hearing services.

Bentonville, Arkansas-based Walmart wants to open seven health clinics in Northeast Florida.

Other identified sites are Supercenters at 6830 Normandy Blvd., 11900 Atlantic Blvd. and in Middleburg.



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