Walmart (WMT) has ventured into the healthcare business by offering its first health center at one of its Supercenter stores in Dallas, Georgia.

With the newly remodeled store, Walmart will offer services such as primary care, labs, X-rays, and EKGs, counseling, dental, optical, hearing, community heath, and health insurance education as well as enrollment – all located within one store.

The new health center will feature a separate entrance for patients, and according to Walmart, provide “low, transparent pricing for key health services,” regardless of an individual’s insurance status. The retailer also said that customers will be notified of the cost of treatment at the time that they book an appointment.

“The customer is at the heart of everything we do, and that focus is reflected in the new Walmart Health center,” Sean Slovenski, SVP and president of Walmart U.S. Health and Wellness said.

“This state-of-the-art facility will provide quality, affordable and accessible healthcare for members of the Dallas, Georgia, community so they can get the right care at the right time, right in their hometown,” he added.

The health center will be staffed by a team of qualified medical professionals that will make up physicians, nurse practitioner, dentists, behavioral health providers, and optometrists as well as Walmart Care Hosts and Community Workers to help patients navigate their experience at the clinic.

Walmart is also opening an Essentials PetCare clinic at the store for routine pet vaccinations and minor illness treatments. There will be no office visit for the pet clinic visits, and vaccinations will start as low as $25, Walmart said.

A Walmart sign is seen in Miami, Florida, Aug. 18, 2015. Joe Raedle/Getty Images