Medical clinic among next retail outlets at Phoenix airport

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An artist's rendering of the new places opening at Sky Harbor soon (SOURCE: Sky Harbor) An artist's rendering of the new places opening at Sky Harbor soon (SOURCE: Sky Harbor)
An artist's rendering of one of the new retail shops.  (SOURCE: Sky Harbor) An artist's rendering of one of the new retail shops. (SOURCE: Sky Harbor)
An artist's rendering of a new retail shop (SOURCE: Sky Harbor) An artist's rendering of a new retail shop (SOURCE: Sky Harbor)
PHOENIX (AP) -

The next phase of an overhaul of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport's busiest terminal will include a medical clinic and 15 additional retail outlets.

The Terminal 4 overhaul approved Wednesday by the City Council includes the award of multiple contracts for retail operators.

Airport officials said the Mach1Medical clinic to be located inside a Drugs & More store will be Sky Harbor's first full service medical clinic, and have a doctor on staff and provide prescriptions, physicals and other services.

Other retail stores announced as part of the overhaul include a store selling electronic entertainment gadgetry, two duty-free and duty-paid stores and stores selling gifts, clothing, home accessories, traveler needs and baggage.

Officials said the stores will open in phases through the end of the first quarter of 2018.

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