Lyons IL – Lyons Mayor Chris Getty toured the recently opened health clinic hosted by Walgreens in its store located at the corner of First and Ogden Avenues.
Getty said the new clinic will allow residents to address routine medical needs short of emergencies.
Walgreens store manager Philip Abed led the tour of the new community clinic, and reviewed services residents can expect there.
Abed said that residents from the surrounding area will go to the new “take care clinic” to address general health care needs.
“Walgreens has brought a flagship store to Lyons” Mr. Abed told Mayor Getty, “and expanding to include this health clinic is going to be a great asset for the village.”
Walgreens aims to have their new stores promote health offering fresh fruits and nutritious snacks to customers. The expanded store space allows for more room in the freezers and removes underutilized stock storage space allowing for customers to experience a larger variety of choices.
The improved photo counter offers more options to select from for digital and film based cameras. With more photographers using digital based media it allows the photo counter operate in an environmentally friendly way taking advantage of state of the art technology.
Walgreens will bringing more shoppers to the Village of Lyons by offering more to customers. The expansion of the Walgreens store shows that Lyons is a Village ready to grow economically because it is a community that is business friendly and resident driven.
“In today’s difficult times, the ability to find routine healthcare services at an affordable price is important,” Getty said.
“I think this new clinic service that Walgreens in Lyons is offering will be very popular with residents.”
Mayor Getty tours the expanded services at Walgreens