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Walmart’s Mental Health Clinics Could Be a Game Changer

If it’s successful, the retailer could make therapy more accessible and affordable for rural Americans

Pedestrians walk by a Walmart store.
Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty

AAmid the clatter of shopping carts outside the Dallas, Georgia, Walmart, Erica Rowell crinkled her nose as she glanced toward the other end of the store. There, past a Subway restaurant, a nail salon…




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Keren Landman, MD

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