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Figure 1

Figure 1. Location of the Retail Clinics in the United States. From: The Geographic Distribution, Ownership, Prices, and Scope of Practice at Retail Clinics.

Footnote: Each circle represents a Combined Statistical Area (CSA) or Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) as defined by the US Office of Management and Budget (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/fedreg/metroareas122700.pdf). The size of the circle is proportional to the number of retail clinics in the CSA or MSA. The 30 CSA or MSAs with the largest number of clinics are labeled. The circle is mapped at the geographic centroid of the CSA or MSA (e.g. Los Angeles is not directly on the coast). CSAs and MSAs frequently include more than one city (e.g. San Jose and San Francisco and Oakland California are in one CSA). To ease legibility of the map, we only listed the largest city in the CSA or MSA (e.g. San Jose) as the label. Clinics not located in a CSA or MSA (rural clinics) are shown at their actual locations as a small dot.

Rena Rudavsky, et al. Ann Intern Med. ;151(5):315-320.

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