Pharmacies and walk-in health clinics are opening at more airports in
the USA, hoping to capture a sizable portion of travelers and airport
employees who want access to basic primary health care and to fill
their prescriptions at the last minute.
Health care businesses take off at airports – USATODAY.com
Reluctant to deal with the hassles of airport security, sales executive Michael D’Souza generally packs the syringes he needs for his daily medication in a bag that he checks when he travels.
The strategy backfired for the Toronto resident recently when he needed the medication while he was stuck during a four-hour delay at Newark Liberty. D’Souza found new needles when an airport customer service rep told him about a pharmacy that opened late last year in Terminal C.