SoloHealth Stations at Sam's Club stores include Vitamin Assessment module

ATLANTA — Health kiosks made by SoloHealth and placed in Sam's Club stores will have a new feature installed to allow users to assess their needs for vitamins and supplements.

The company said its SoloHealth Station kiosks at stores operated by the club retailer would include a Vitamin Assessment module. The module will only be installed on Sam's Club's kiosks, the company said. The kiosks also include screenings for vision, blood pressure, weight and body mass index.

"We applaud Sam's Club for being a true pioneer and leader in the health and wellness space, as well as their passionate commitment to their members," SoloHealth CEO Bart Foster said. "We look forward to continue working with Sam's Club to develop and offer services that will provide value and help produce better health outcomes."

The Vitamin Assessment allows users to use a touchscreen process and prompts to answer a series of questions about daily nutritional intake, health and fitness routines and specific health issues and concerns. Individual product recommendations are produced based on the responses.