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Virtual Visits

Call (202) 244-0812 to schedule your Virtual Visit today. Virtual Visits may be scheduled Monday through Thursday 7:30pm- 7pm. Friday 7:30am- 4:30pm and Saturday 9am-2pm.

The information we are learning in regards to the novel Coronavirus is constantly changing, and we at Spring Valley Internal Medicine understand how worried you all must feel. We want to assist you in all your healthcare needs at this time and are reaching out to inform you of our current office policies.

If you are looking for care, we ask that you please call our office prior to walking in. At this time, we are working on transitioning a majority of our appointments to virtual visits. These visits allow us to protect you, other patients, and our staff from infection. Virtual visits are covered by your insurance in the same manner as normal in-person appointments.

If you have any further questions, please schedule a Virtual Visit for a consultation by calling (202) 244-0812.

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