Seeing as how just about everything in the US now has a nutritional information label on it, you can check the ingredients list and nutrition info, and see whether it fits in your meal plan.
Back to the original question-- is it healthy? Well, it depends on how you look at it. It's healthier than, say, Kentucky Fried Chicken's original recipe (assuming you eat the skin & coating). Not as healthy as, say, boneless skinless chicken breast you've baked at home with no added fat etc.
I occasionally buy one of those rotisserie chickens at Sam's-- usually when we happen to be at Sam's close to dinnertime. It tastes good, and makes a good "fast food" meal when I don't feel like cooking or just don't have time. I just zap some vegetables in the microwave, and we're ready to eat. Beats a drive-through complete with fries etc or a corn dog or pizza at Sam's in-store cafe. So I reckon it can be part of your healthy diet, if you don't do it "all the time".
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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