We are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for our patients. We combine thirty-five years experience with the most up-to-date practices. Our doctors have been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine every year published since 1980. Most of all, we listen to you and provide personalized care in a friendly, courteous environment.
Walk-in Clinic is five days a week, 8AM to 9AM. Current patients only. New patients please call to schedule an appointment.
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Flu vaccines. Check this page for up-to-date availability of flu vaccines. We currently have all flu vaccines. Call to schedule an appointment.
Flu Vaccine Clinic. We will have a flu vaccine clinic Wednesday, October 29th from 5-7 pm. Well patients only. Please call or use internet to schedule a time please.
We are currently accepting newborns. Call 703-435-3636 to schedule an appointment. New Parents-to-be: Call to schedule a free evening orientation class. We are currently not accepting older children as new patients. Check here for updates on accepting new older patients.
Did you know? We are available on Saturday mornings for same-day sick appointments. Call our nurse on the after hours number and leave a message and we will call you back to set up an appointment.
We have gone electronic! Our new Electronic Health Record system was developed by Children's National Medical Center and is used by over 50 pediatric offices in the Washington metro area. It will communicate directly to phamacies, specialists, hospitals, and laboratories to improve patient care.
To schedule an appointment. For sick visits call our nurse line 703-435-3636, option three. Remember, no appointments are necessary for our daily walk-in clinic Monday through Friday from 8AM to 9AM. For details click on 'Services' at left. For future appointments, call the receptionist line 703-435-3636, option two, or use this website by clicking on 'Appointment Requests' above...
Planning International Travel? We offer travel consultations and vaccines. Make sure your children are protected against malaria, typhoid, influenza, and other infectious diseases. Call or e-mail to schedule a visit several weeks before travel.
Fever? Looking for the correct dosage of acetominophen or ibuprofen to help manage your child's fever? Click on FAQs at left and choose Medication Dosages.
Really Good Parenting Advice Website. You really should visit healthychildren.org, the new parenting website from our Academy of Pediatrics. Click on 'Links' at left to check it out. There is also a new symptom checker which is very good. The link is in 'Patient Education' at left.
For current patients creating an account, a few important tips:
* Do not create an account for the parents, only accounts for each child individually.
* Create your first child’s account. You will be asked to complete a demographics page. Have insurance card information ready. It will take about 10 minutes.
* Next, after you create your first child’s account, go to “My Patient Page” and click on “manage my family account”. You will then choose to add another dependent and create accounts for each of your other children. We will ask for a separate login/password for each child, but the accounts are linked so you will only need to use your first child’s login/password for all of your children’s accounts.
* When you wish to use the site to make a request, notice that your first child’s login/password that you used to login is the 'myself' listed under “Active Account”. Use the drop down menu to change active account from myself to any other of your children for whom you wish to make a request.
*Please complete all required fields otherwise we will not be able to print it out prior to your visit.