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Quick-Care AeroClinic Opens At PHL

Travelers who aren’t feeling well can now get medical attention at Philadelphia International (PHL).

AeroClinic, located in the A/B Link, opened Dec. 24 and offers quick care for those needing minor ill-care and well-care treatment. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis by nurse practitioners and physician assistants, and can be given pre-packaged prescriptions/medications.

“Only one-third of Americans get to see their doctor on the day they are ill, resulting in a major inconvenience for air travelers, especially those en route to an unfamiliar city,” says Rosemary Kelly, chief business officer for AeroClinic. “We provide a quick, convenient, affordable solution for passengers and airport employees who are not feeling well.”

Fees typically range from $25 to $100, and most major insurance plans are accepted.

“We strive to bring new and different services to PHL,” says Anna DiGregorio, director of marking for the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops. “Having a healthcare clinic on site will definitely be a valuable offering for our passengers and airport employees.”