* Walgreen restructuring health care division
* Moves affect corporate office functions, not drugstores
* Walgreens Health Services president leaving in April
CHICAGO, March 1 - Walgreen Co (WAG.N) is restructuring its health care divisions with one sales force, bringing together various corporate functions that will not affect the company's pharmacy counter operations.
The moves announced on Monday are supposed to bring various services such as mail service pharmacy and home care more closely together so they can be more clearly offered to employers, managed care organizations, pharmacy benefit managers and government clients.
Walgreen also said that Stanley Blaylock, president of Walgreens Health Services, will leave the company in April to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities in health care.
Other job cuts were not announced yet, but Walgreen could find savings as overlapping functions as the pharmacy, health and wellness operations are consolidated, the company said. (Reporting by Jessica Wohl; Editing by Derek Caney)
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