We are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for our patients. We have a combined thirty-five years experience with the most up-to-date practices. Our doctors have been recognized by Washingtonian Magazine every year since 1980. Most of all, we listen to you and provide personalized care in a friendly, courteous environment.
We are currently closed to new patients, we continue to accept newborns. Call 703-435-3636 to schedule an appointment. For first-time parents, call to schedule a free evening orientation class.
October 2016 The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated HPV guidelines.
Children who start the series at ages 9-14 need 2 doses, 6-12 months apart.
Those starting vaccination at age 15 or older should have the 3 dose series, with the second injection 2 months after the first, and the third 4 months after the second.
Please call the office to discuss if you are unsure of your child's needs.
Flu vaccine has arrived. We have injectable vaccine for all ages. Flumist is not available this year. Please call the office to schedule an appointment.
We will be holding after hours flu clinics again this year. The clinic is for flu vaccines only, each child must have an appointment and must be well. Please call 703-435-3636 to schedule.
Flu clinic dates (updated 10/27/2016)
Tuesday October 4, 2016 5-7pm
Wednesday October 19, 2016 5-7pm
Tuesday November 15, 2016 5-7 pm
Additional dates will be added soon
We have extended our hours during weekdays to 6:00 PM. In addition, for our current patients, we have a Minor Illness Clinic, five days a week, from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM. Patients who come in between those hours will be seen on a first come-first served basis. As the name implies, this clinic is for new, acute problems only. If your child has an chronic problem (over 2 weeks), we request you make an appointment so we can allocate sufficient time with you and your child. Please make an appointment if your child has a head injury or concussion. If your child is less than 2 months of age, we would prefer you schedule an appointment rather than attend the Minor Illness Clinic. We do not want to expose your newborn to any infectious diseases.
We are also available on Saturday mornings for urgent problems which need attention before Monday. Please try to call the after hours urgent line after 8 am on Saturday morning. Leave a message and the Triage Nurse will return your call to help set up an appointment if necessary.
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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 pharmacies, specialists, hospitals, and laboratories to improve patient care.
To schedule an appointment: For sick visits, call our nurse line 703-435-3636, option 3. Remember, no appointments are necessary for our daily Minor Illness Clinic Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM. For future appointments, call the receptionist line 703-435-3636, option 2, or use this website by clicking on Appointment Requests.
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 acetaminophen or ibuprofen to help manage your child's fever? Click on FAQs and choose Medication Dosages.
Telephones. Our regular telephone hours for advice, appointments, and administrative matters is from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and again after lunch from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. If you have a routine question, use our secure patient portal.