1. Office hours for January

    Ashburn, VA Monday thru Friday: 9 AM to 5 PM Saturday: 9 AM to 2 PM Closed New Year’s Day Columbia Heights, DC Monday thru Wednesday: 9 AM to 4 PM Thursday: 9 AM to 2 PM Closed Fridays Closed New Year’s Day Dupont Circle, DC Monday thru Friday: 9 AM to 7 PM Saturday: 9 AM to 2 PM Closes at 5 pm on New Year’s Eve Closed New Year’s Day…Read More

  2. Flu shots available

    FREE with most health plans and Medicare. The CDC says: Getting a flu shot is more important than ever to protect you and your family, and to help reduce strain on healthcare systems responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.…Read More

  3. Bring a mask!

    If you are coming to a Medics USA office, please wear a mask and remember to maintain social distancing. Thanks for helping us beat this epidemic!…Read More

  4. How Do Vaccines Work?

    Infectious diseases, viruses, and deadly bacteria have loomed in the dark corners of the human psyche, and with good reason. Looking back to the era before vaccinations were used to fight the worst of these infectious scourges, wide-sweeping illness regularly took its toll on families, villages, kingdoms, and continents. And while some of these diseases and viruses were not highly deadly, others, …Read More

  5. When Should I Go To Urgent Care?

    It’s a decision that has to be made all the time: you or a family member is ill or injured and you have to make the call to schedule a doctor’s appointment, take a trip to urgent care, or head straight to the emergency room. The doctor may not have available openings for at least a few days, the emergency room is going to be more costly, and you may not even be sure how urgent care fits in bet…Read More

  6. Getting The Primary Care Service You Need During Coronavirus Stay Home Orders

    We’re still in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis caused by the coronavirus, and for most people in Washington, D.C., these are uncertain feeling times. From job security concerns to worrying about the health and well-being of family members and friends, taking care of yourself can seem like a priority that falls onto the second or even third page of your list.  When you’re not feeling well or …Read More

  7. Narrowing Down the Cause of Your Child’s Allergies

    With spring just about to settle in for good, many people are preparing for the itchy eyes and endless sneezing that this season is known for. For parents, the first time that their child starts to show signs of allergies, it can look like a cold. After a while, you may notice that the symptoms look less like a cold and more like your standard allergic reaction. If your kiddo has recently started …Read More