Patients of The Little Clinic who do not have a primary care provider or who require specialty care will have the option to be easily connected to Kettering Physician Network providers.
The partnership includes 10 stores: 3165 Dayton Xenia Road, Beavercreek; 2115 E. Dorothy Lane, Kettering; 885 Union Road, Englewood; 1510 Covington Ave., Piqua; 780 Northwoods Blvd., Vandalia; 155 N. Heincke Road, Miamisburg; 1095 S. Main Street, Centerville; 5400 Cornerstone North Blvd., Centerville; 731 W. Market Street, Troy; and 1161 E. Dayton Yellow Springs Road, Fairborn.
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“This partnership is part of our shared vision to offer quality healthcare at a lower cost,” Fred Manchur, CEO of Kettering Health Network, said in a press release. “Now our patients have the choice of getting care at The Little Clinic close to where they live.”
Dr. Marc Watkins, chief medical officer with Kroger Health, said this will improve access to high quality care for patients and customers in the Dayton area.