Google is adding three on-site wellness centers at regional facilities as more employees return to the office.
The centers will be in Chicago, Boulder, Colorado, and Austin, Texas. They're expected to open by next summer, a Google spokesperson said.
Many employers are considering on-site services to help save money on coverage as healthcare costs rise.
The company opened its first wellness center in 2010 at its Mountain View, California, headquarters and also opened centers in Cambridge, Massachusetts, New York and Seattle.
Google is partnering with Brentwood, Tennessee-based Premise Health to provide primary care. The centers offer annual wellness visits, mental health services, physical therapy, chiropractic care and health coaching, among other services. The company also plans to start adding specialty services such as pharmacy, dermatology and gynecology, the spokesperson said.
On-site services are available to full-time and part-time employees.