With the announcement of its first-quarter earnings report, CVS Health (CVS) also said it closed 46 stores that were “underperforming.” The store closures happened over the last two months.

CVS reported a 34.8 percent Q1 year-over-year increase in revenue to $61.6 billion. Its operating income increased by 56.8 percent to $3.6 billion with a generated cash flow from operations of $1.9 billion.

For 2019, CVS said it anticipates an operating profit between $11.8 billion and $12 billion.

“We generated strong first quarter results, providing positive momentum to start the year,” Larry Merlo, president and CEO at CVS said. “Following the close of our Aetna acquisition in late November, our first full quarter of combined operations was a success in many ways.”

The 46 store closures come as CVS looks to focus its efforts on health care services such as adding SmileDirectClub to its stores’ footprint, USA Today reported. The closed stores represent less than 1 percent of CVS’ total locations as the company operates 9,600 CVS Pharmacies throughout the U.S.

The store closures were recorded as a $135 million “store rationalization charge” in the first quarter, which ended March 31.

Here are all the CVS locations that have closed.


Huntsville: 3115 Bob Wallace Ave SW

Mobile: 664 Schillinger Rd S

Montgomery: 2815 Lower Wetumpka Rd


Phoenix: 7434 W Indian School Rd


Antioch: 3130 Buchanan Rd

San Francisco: 1285 A Sutter St

San Francisco: 995 Market St

Sun Valley: 9375 San Fernando Rd

District of Columbia

Washington, DC: 1201 Maryland Ave SW


Wilmington: 402 N Maryland Ave


Daytona Beach: 1350 Beville Rd

North Fort Myers: 13991 N Cleveland Ave

Ocala: 1607 S Pine Ave

Palm Beach Gardens: 3168 Northlake Blvd


Honolulu: 1441 Kapiolani Blvd. Suite 510

Honolulu: 1401 S Beretania St. Suite 110


Chicago: 745 W 103rd St

Chicago: 175 W Jackson Blvd

Chicago: 1620 W 59th St

Chicago: 1550 N Kostner Ave

Lincolnwood: 7179 N Lincoln Ave

North Aurora: 1015 W. Orchard Rd.

South Barrington: 100 W Higgins Rd

New York

Greenwood Lake: 123 Windermere Ave

Staten Island: 812 Forest Ave


Detroit: 10301 Woodward Ave.


Brooklyn Park: 7996 Brooklyn Blvd.

Minneapolis: 1110 Hennepin Ave.

Minneapolis: 2426 W. Broadway Ave.


Springfield: 1735 South Glenstone Ave.

New Mexico

Albuquerque: 7105 Central Ave. NE


Brownsville: 1454 Central Blvd.

Copperas Cove: 1407 E W Hwy 190

El Paso: 2525 N. Mesa St.

Katy: 3080 S Fry Rd

Newport: 4730 US Route 5

Rio Grande City: 5322 E. US Highway 83

San Antonio: 7031 Marbach Rd.

Spring: 6945 Cypresswood Dr

Shares of CVS stock were down 2.34 percent as of 12:25 p.m. ET on Thursday.

CVS Health Corp. (NYSE:CVS) announced Monday it will buy Target Corporation’s (NYSE:TGT) pharmacy and clinic businesses for $1.9 billion to expand its retail presence in new markets. Reuters/Mike Segar