As your primary care provider, Medics USA will help you monitor your health, answer your questions, implement preventative measures, and treat existing health issues. We want to be your long-term health partner, keeping you healthy throughout your entire life. We provide many services including:
- Annual checkups
- Pre-operation exams
- Sports and school physicals
- Immigration physicals (Learn more.)
- Immunizations (flu, TB, hepatitis, infant and childhood vaccinations)
- Wellness counseling (smoking, weight loss, alcohol, diabetes)
- Laboratory testing (Pap, cholesterol, diabetes, pregnancy, mono, strep, STDs)
- Electrocardiograms (EKG), Echo-cardiograms, X-rays
- Referrals to specialists
PLUS, all our primary care patients can help manage their own healthcare through our Patient Portal. This easy-to-use, confidential online tool allows you to view lab results, make appointments, and directly email your provider. More information on the Portal can be found here.
Medics USA is accepting new patients at all of our offices. We want to become the primary care provider for your whole family – from kids to seniors. Our five primary care and urgent care centers are conveniently located throughout Washington DC and Northern Virginia, most with evening and weekend hours. Find an office near you.
Save time! Fill out forms before you visit
Do you want to become a Medics USA patient? Make your first visit quicker by filling out our New Patient Forms prior to your first appointment. Complete the forms and bring them with you to your primary care visit. You can also download and fill out the forms for school physicals, sports physicals, and immigration physicals. All the forms are here.
What about insurance?
Medics USA accepts most insurance plans – a complete list is here. If you are unclear how your insurance works, you may want to check out our “Health Insurance Basics.”
If you don’t have insurance and are paying for healthcare yourself, then you may qualify for Medics USA’s Community Care Program, which offers deep discounts on many procedures. For more information on the Community Care Program, go here.