A McDonald's employee prepares an order during a one-day hiring event at a McDonald's restaurant on April 19, 2011 in San Francisco, California.
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By Benjamin Snyder/Fortune
August 20, 2015
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A hospital cafeteria probably isn’t the first place you’d think of to get your McDonald’s fix. But after September 18, it will no longer be an available option at the Cleveland Clinic.

The hospital announced it’s cutting ties with the fast food chain in order to promote wellness, NPR reported.

“Cleveland Clinic wants to help patients and visitors and our employees turn to healthier lifestyles and healthier choices,” according to clinic spokeswoman Eileen Sheil to The Salt.

The hospital is reportedly the seventh since 2009 to get rid of a McDonald’s in its cafeteria, according to NPR.

In other McDonald’s news, the chain is hoping to boost sales with a new innovation: Egg McMuffin’s offered all day.

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