June 25, 2007

ExpressCare, which has signed agreements with three multi-store ShopRite supermarket store owners, plans to open retail health care centers in as many as 42 locations, starting with the ShopRite supermarket at 2200 State Highway 66 in Neptune, NJ.

The official ribbon cutting will take place at 11:00 am on June 30 and will include local dignitaries, in addition to a special guest appearance by Phil Simms, CBS Sports Commentator, Super Bowl XXI MVP, and 15-year NFL veteran.

ExpressCare will open in six supermarkets in New Jersey and southeast Pennsylvania this summer. Twelve ExpressCare locations in ShopRite supermarkets are expected to be operational by March of 2008. 

ExpressCare’s goal is to address two health care issues facing most communities—access and affordability. ExpressCare clearly posts its scope of services and prices to make it simple for people to understand. Most services are under $39.00, and all locations will be open seven-days-week including holidays.

ExpressCare brings 30 years of operational experience of providing unscheduled health care to retail health care. It is a limited liability corporation dedicated to providing an environment for quality, affordable retail health care to be delivered. 

For more information, visit ExpressCare’s Web site.