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Walmart will close all 51 of its health centers: See full list of locations

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Walmart Health has clinics located next to its supercenters in five states: Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Illinois and Texas. See below for a full list of addresses.


Walmart is closing all 51 of its health centers throughout the United States, citing rising operations costs and reimbursement challenges that have made running them unsustainable.

The health centers, located next to Walmart Supercenters, have provided low-cost medical care to patients in a handful of states for the past five years.

Walmart also had plans to open additional health centers this year before the retailer made the announcement Tuesday about the closures.

Walmart Health center locations

An online directory provides addresses for all the health centers, including two locations in Gladstone, Missouri and Fort Worth, Texas that will no longer be opening, Walmart said.

Walmart has not yet decided on a specific date for when each center will close, but the retailer indicated intentions to share those details as soon as decisions are made.

Here is a list of all the clinics that will be closing.

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Arkansas (3 locations)

  • Fort Smith: 2100 N. 62nd St.
  • Rogers: 2110 W. Walnut St.
  • Springdale: 4870 Elm Springs Road, Suite B

Florida (23 locations)

  • Brandon: 11108 Causeway Boulevard
  • Hudson: 12582 U.S. Highway 19
  • Jacksonville (5 locations): 4250 Philips Highway, Unit 100; 11900 Atlantic Boulevard, Unit 1; 10991 San Jose Boulevard, Unit 100; 12100 Lem Turner Road, Unit 100; 7075 Collins Road Unit 100
  • Kissimmee (2 locations): 1471-B E Osceola Parkway; 904 B Cypress Parkway
  • Lutz: 1563 Land O’ Lakes Boulevard
  • Middleburg: 1586 Branan Field Road
  • New Port Richey: 8901 State Road 54
  • Ocoee: 10490 W. Colonial Drive
  • Orlando (3 locations): 11242 E. Colonial Drive; 5997 S. Goldenrod Road; 8109 S. John Young Parkway
  • Pinellas Park: 8007 U.S. Highway 19 N.
  • Plant City: 2600 James L. Redman Parkway
  • Sanford: 3647 S. Orlando Drive
  • St. Petersburg: 3491 34th St. S.
  • Wesley Chapel: 28516 State Road 54
  • Winter Garden: 16313 New Independence Parkway, Unit 110
  • Zephyrhills: 7745 Gall Boulevard

Georgia (17 locations)

  • Calhoun: 448 W. Belmont Drive
  • Carrollton: 1735 S. Highway 27
  • Cartersville: 101 Market Place Boulevard Southeast, Suite B
  • Columbus: 5448 Whittlesey Boulevard, Suite B
  • Conyers: 1436 Dogwood Drive, Southeast
  • Dallas: 3615 Charles Hardy Parkway, Unit 200
  • Fayetteville: 125 Pavilion Parkway, Suite A
  • Loganville: 4221 Atlanta Highway, Suite 101
  • Macon: 6020 Harrison Road, Suite B
  • Marietta: 210 Cobb Parkway South, Suite 100
  • McDonough: 137 Willow Lane
  • Monroe: 2042 W. Spring St.
  • Newnan: 1025 Bullsboro Dr., Suite A
  • Rome: 2510 Redmond Circle, Northwest
  • Suwanee: 3245 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, Suite 100
  • Woodstock: 6435 Bells Ferry Road, Suite 110

Illinois (1 location)

  • Chicago: 1715 N. Kilpatrick Ave.

Texas (7 locations)

  • Garland: 555 W. Interstate 30
  • Palestine: 2223 S. Loop 256
  • Pearland: 10505 Broadway St., Suite 100
  • Royse City: 494 W. Interstate 30
  • Sugar Land: 335 Highway 6
  • Tomball: 22605 Tomball Parkway, Suite C
  • Tyler: 3820 State Highway 64 W.

What else to know about the closures of Walmart Health centers

Walmart introduced the health centers in 2019 to provide a range of low-cost medical services – including medical, dental and behavioral health care.

The company said it will now focus its health business on its nearly 4,600 pharmacies and more than 3,000 vision centers across the United States.

It’s unclear how many jobs will be eliminated as a result of the health center closures.

Walmart said it will provide eligible employees with the opportunity to transfer to other parts of its business, including Sam’s Club locations. Employees may also be eligible for severance benefits, the company said.

Eric Lagatta covers breaking and trending news for USA TODAY. Reach him at

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