Tyson Foods on Thursday announced it is partnering with Marathon Health to launch a pilot program opening mobile health clinics at locations near its processing facilities.

The clinics will provide Tyson Foods’ employees with primary and preventive care, including health screenings, lifestyle coaching, health education, and behavioral health counseling. These services are in addition to benefits employees already receive such as health, life, dental, vision, and prescription drug benefits, according to a Tyson Foods press release.

The pilot program is a part of Tyson Foods’ We Care workplace safety program.

The seven pilot clinics will serve nearly 38,000 Tyson Foods employees.

“We’re piloting these clinics to promote a culture of health in our company that results in a healthier workforce,” said Johanna Söderström, Tyson Foods’ chief human resources officer.Some of our frontline team members aren’t using their health plan benefits, and others don’t seek care until there’s a crisis. We want to change that by providing access to care that can help detect health conditions early and promote healthy habits.”

The launch of the clinics follows Tyson Foods’ announcement in July to create a chief medical officer executive position and to hire an additional 200 nurses to provide further health care services to its employees.