In February, Amazon acquired One Medical, which offers in-office and 24/7 virtual care services, on-site labs, and programs for preventative care, chronic care management, common illnesses, and mental health concerns. Now, Amazon is offering these health care benefits to its Prime members.

The One Medical membership is $9 a month (or $99 annually), with the option to add up to five additional memberships for $6 a month each. The membership fee includes access to virtual services at no extra cost, but in-person care or pre-scheduled remote visits will be billed to insurance or paid out-of-pocket.

North Carolina is one of the few states where One Medical is offering in-person services, available in Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham.

“When it is easier for people to get the care they need, they engage more in their health, and realize better health outcomes,” Neil Lindsay, senior vice president of Amazon Health Services, said in a news release on November 8. “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.”

The new venture is not with scrutiny. The Federal Trade Commission raised privacy concerns.

Learn more about Amazon Health’s One Medical here.