Apple is preparing to open medical clinics to provide healthcare for its employees and their families in Cupertino this spring, according to a new report.
The tech company has launched a website for the clinics, which will operate under the name AC Wellness.
Currently, Apple has one Wellness Centre in its headquarters in Cupertino that employs a handful of doctors, chiropractors, dietitians, and physical therapists.
Apple is also looking for clinical program designers that can create programs to help prevent disease and promote healthy lifestyles for its employees.
Apple will reportedly also use the new clinics to test its health-related products and services.
Recently, they launched a study with Stanford University to identify irregular heart rhythms with the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor, and it‘s reportedly working on an EKG reader for future Apple Watch models.