Google is launching a free internet service to help you pay for medical care without the need to make an appointment with your doctor or other health care provider.
The service, called Google Care, is now available for doctors, pharmacists, and other healthcare providers.
The company says it’s a “solution to the challenge of financing access to health care and healthcare services for people in underserved communities.”
The service is priced at $9.99 per month.
Google is also offering an unlimited number of devices to make it easier for people to use the service.
Google Care is being offered as a one-time payment option for healthcare providers that don’t have the time or resources to set up a website to manage their health information.
You can opt to pay the service through Google Pay or the Google Health service, which allows people to pay for health care through Google’s own payment system.
You can also use Google Care as an alternate payment method for other healthcare-related costs, such as prescription and hospital fees.
It can be used for up to three months for a single prescription.