Want anytime access to on-demand virtual health care nationwide? Or the ability to schedule in-person visits at hundreds of One Medical offices for just $9 a month or $99 a year? Now you can do just that thanks to a new program from Amazon for Amazon Prime Members. Now, not only can you stream shows with Prime, but you also get discounted healthcare.
“When it is easier for people to get the care they need, they engage more in their health and realize better health outcomes,” said Neil Lindsay, senior vice president, of Amazon Health Services. “That’s why we are bringing One Medical’s exceptional experience to Prime members—it’s health care that makes it dramatically easier to get and stay healthy.”
Here is how Amazon describes this new healthcare offering:
The One Medical membership covers unlimited access to 24/7 on-demand virtual care, including video chats with licensed providers within minutes and an easy in-app “Treat Me Now” feature that lets members get fast care for common concerns like cold and flu, skin issues, allergies, urinary tract infections, and more. Virtual care is available nationally, and members don’t incur any additional costs for on-demand virtual care services—it’s all covered by the membership. And One Medical’s app makes it easy for members to navigate care and stay on top of their health journey—from prescription management, secure messaging with providers, follow-up action items after appointments, and more.
Here’s how to sign up:
- Prime members can go to health.amazon.com/prime (or search for One Medical on Amazon.com) to add a Prime One Medical membership for themselves and up to five additional Prime One Medical memberships for their family.
- Members will have the option to pay monthly or annually and then checkout.
- Members will then be guided to One Medical, where they can download the One Medical app, create an account, add family members, and book their first appointment.
“The new One Medical benefit gives Prime members access to high-quality primary care and 24/7 on-demand virtual care for only $9 a month or $99 a year—up to $100 savings,” said Jamil Ghani, vice president, Amazon Prime. “This new benefit is the latest example of how we’re making it easier for Prime members to take care of their health. Prime members also have exclusive access to benefits from Amazon Pharmacy, including RxPass, which lets members get as many eligible medications as they need for one flat fee of $5 per month and have them delivered free to their doors in two days or less, and Prime Rx, which helps members save up to 80% on prescriptions when not using insurance at Amazon Pharmacy and over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide.”