Last week, Walmart became the latest major retailer to retreat from providing direct health-care service by announcing closures of all its health clinics and virtual health-care operations.

However, Florida’s health centers say they are ready to fill the gap.

Florida is home to most of the soon-to-be-shuttered health centers – 23 of the 51 centers are now winding down operations in the Sunshine State, where they offer various services, including medical, dental, and behavioral health care.

Benjamin Browning – vice president and COO of the Florida Association of Community Health Centers – said many have tried to figure out the complexities of delivering health-care services, which doesn’t always work.

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