Now accepting Telehealth appointments. Schedule a virtual visit.

Big News! We are now able to get you tested for COVID-19 antibodies.

What is an antibody test? 
We hope that when you test positive for COVID-19 IgG antibodies, it means that you are immune to COVID-19 and cannot get reinfected!. While the issue of immunity based on the presence of antibodies has not been proven, it is likely that having antibodies would make you much less vulnerable to reinfection. This is a blood test, and is not intended to see if you have active infection (see below), but intended only to see if you have had a prior infection. Because there is very high demand for this new test, highest priority will be given to those patients who have been sick in the last 2-3 months, and those at high risk for infecting others (healthcare workers, service industry workers, etc.). If you would like to be considered for antibody testing, we are asking that you schedule a virtual visit with one of our providers to arrange for the blood to be drawn at a nearby Quest Lab testing facility. I am told the cost will be covered by your insurance company.
For now, all Primary Care continues through Virtual Visits 
As you are aware, the stay-at-home order is still in place. As a result of this, we will continue to offer Virtual Visits which are covered by your insurance (copays and deductibles may apply). All primary care problems are encouraged to be addressed virtually at this time. We are scheduling Virtual Visits by appointment only Monday through Thursday from 7:30am to 7pm, Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm and Saturday 9am to 2pm. You may contact our office at (202) 244-0812. We anticipate returning to the office for healthy patients sometime between May 15th, and June 1st this year.
Active COVID-19 symptoms and testing
We also want to help manage any COVID-19 symptoms if you are feeling sick now. If you are experiencing upper respiratory or any other COVID-19 type symptoms, please schedule a virtual appointment today, and a provider will discuss your symptoms and management plan with you. If needed, we can arrange for you to be tested for active infection through virus RNA testing at a local testing center.

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Update

Dear Patients, It has now been three weeks since we “reopened” our office, and I wanted to provide everyone some feedback. We have significantly changed how we handle the flow of patients through our office to lower the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

Fourth of July Hours

Our office will be closed on Friday, July 3rd and Saturday, July 4th. If you have any questions, please give us a call at (202) 244-0812.

We are finally opening our office on June 1st!

I am pleased to be able to resume offering you a clean and disease-free office setting for your primary care! We have put in place a series of procedures and protocols that will keep all of you, and all of us, safe.

COVID-19 Update and FAQ’s

Dear Patients, What is known about COVID-19 continues to change, and I thought it might be useful to send out an update. But for now, please continue to schedule Virtual Visits if you have current symptoms of COVID-19, need testing for active infection, or