LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) -- Convenience store operator Kwik Trip is trying to make health care a little more convenient for its workers.
The company has opened a clinic at its La Crosse headquarters to serve about 3,000 employees in the area and other workers online.
The La Crosse Tribune reports the company's effort is part of a trend of businesses offering such services.
The Kwik Trip clinic is operated by Marathon Health For Life, a national worksite health care company.
Randy Miritello, of Onalaska, says he has used the clinic three times since it opened Dec. 4. He went once for a hoarse throat, once for a health assessment and again Tuesday for lab work. Miritello says he thinks all employees should take advantage of such services.
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