Covid - 19 Office Updates!
How does a telehealth visit work?


  • To access this service you will need the following requirements:

  • An appointment for a provider or nurse to call you back. 

  • Paid your copay

  • Access to the internet. This service works best if you are on Wi-Fi.

  • A computer, laptop or tablet with a webcam and microphone available to you. Many smartphones can handle telehealth visits as long as they are connected to the internet.

  • Your child next to you when the visit starts, a well lit area so we an adequately examine and see your child, AND a quiet area where there are NO possible interruptions.


15 minutes before your appointment time


  • You first must have paid your copay.

  • To get connected to the providergGo to Our Staff page

  • Find the provider that you will be seeing and click on their name.

  • Enter your name when prompted. This puts you into the Waiting Room for that provider. They are then notified that you are waiting and will be with you shortly.

Reston Town Center Pediatrics is closely monitoring the most up to date, rapidly changing CDC guidelines to keep everyone safe  (last updated  1/14/2021):


We  are open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for sick and well visits; Saturdays for same day appointments.  A virtual sick clinic is now available Monday through Friday. Our office phone triage will start at 8 am.  As always there is a physician on call after hours. There is a $25 charge for this service.


For sick visits, you can


  • Visit our Virtual Clinic from 8 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Monday through Friday for new onset symptoms or concern for Covid-19 infection​


  • Call 703-435-3636 to schedule a TELEHEALTH or In-person visit.


Please note that while most sick visits can be managed via telehealth, if we feel your child will be better served in person, we may ask you to bring your child into the office.

For ALL visits:

  • Our office staff will wear appropriate PPE to ensure your protection and ours.

  • Each room is being cleaned after every patient. Common areas are cleaned on schedule.

  • Inform us if your child or anyone at home is not feeling well or was exposed to someone with Covid-19.

  • Please make sure anyone over the age of 2 years is wearing a mask. 

  • Limit the number of people and items in our office. Siblings and additional adults are asked to stay at home. Please leave strollers behind and bring small toys s or books to keep your child occupied. 

  • Each person entering our office will be screened for fever or  ill symptoms. 

  • Our office is split with a Sick side and a Well side to keep patients separate as much as possible.    

Please help us to help all our patients and families remain as safe and healthy as we possibly can. 


Reston Town Center Pediatrics is now offering Scheduled Telemedicine Services: face-to-face online visits with one of our providers, via a computer, laptop or Smartphone.  This service is being provided for sick appointments and ongoing medical problems at this time.  With the requested social distancing we would like to minimize the number of patients coming to our office, but want to allow you to continue using us as your medical home. At this time we cannot do well child check ups via telehealth. These still need to be done

in the office.


A video interface can be scheduled as an appointment and qualify for appropriate monitoring of care of ongoing medical problems and can substitute for an office visit. In this time of the COVID Pandemic, we are extending this to include sick visits as well. After discussing and evaluating your child via video conference, you may be asked to make an appointment in our office for us to further examine your child.

Prescriptions can be electronically delivered to your pharmacy or mailed to your home if a signed prescription is required.


Current Sick and Well Visit Operations