Workplace clinic system may expand into Wisconsin

July 17, 2014

Activate Healthcare is expanding its network of onsite workplaces to Wisconsin, according to an article on the Modern Healthcare website.

The Indianapolis company already has a presence in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Washington. On-site workplace health clinics have been called critical to the shift toward preventive care.

Employers build the facilities on or near their grounds, allowing employees to schedule wellness exams, physicals or other services on their lunch breaks, the article said.

The company provides employees with primary-care services, chronic-disease prevention and management, health screenings, low-cost laboratory services, generic drugs, immunizations and physical therapy. Employers pay a per-employee monthly fee to Activate.

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