Amazon Care is a hassle-free way to see a caring, dedicated, licensed doctor or nurse, and starting January 1, 2022, Amazon Care will be available to Whole Health Plan members in Austin, Dallas, Houston, LA, NYC, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, and Tucson (based on home zip code).
With Amazon Care you can connect via chat or video in seconds, and schedule an in-person follow-up visit in select areas. You and your dependents just need to be enrolled in the Whole Health Plan. Here’s how we can help:
Ongoing Care: Many of us face chronic health conditions, and having a trusted team on your side can make a big difference in your daily life. Amazon Care can help you manage:
- High blood pressure
- Heart disease
- And more
Preventive Care: It’s never too early to take steps to reduce your risk of future health issues. We offer services for preventive care, including:
- Screening & immunizations
- Joint care & back pain
Lifestyle & Wellness: You can feel your best. We can partner with you to identify your personal health goals and figure out where to start. We’ll provide the resources, treatment, and follow up needed to help improve your all-around wellbeing, including:
- Mild to moderate anxiety & depression
- Stress & sleep management
- Fitness & nutrition
Who is eligible?
Whole Health Plan members and their enrolled dependents in Austin, Dallas, Houston, LA, NYC, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, and Tucson (based on home zip code).
How much does it cost?
It’s always free to enroll and chat with a nurse. Pricing for video and in-person care will be dependent on your Whole Health Plan designation, but you will always be shown an estimated cost before starting a visit. Visit the Whole Health Plan resource page for more information.
How can I enroll in Amazon Care?
If you are on the Whole Health Plan and live in an eligible city, you will be able to download the Amazon Care app and enroll starting January 1, 2022.
How can I enroll in the Whole Health Plan?
Open enrollment for Whole Foods Market team members is October 19 – November 5. Visit the Whole Health Plan resource page for more information.