Ashburn Walk-In Clinic & Primary Care

Ashburn Walk-In Clinic & Primary Care

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My wife got a kidney stone while we were visiting relatives in Ashburn. She was in extreme pain to say the least. She received quick and excellent care from Dr. Yerram before heading on to ER. We were quite shocked (and delighted) when Dr. Yerram followed up our morning visit with a personal phone call in the afternoon just to make sure everything had worked out and my wife was OK. When was the last time your urgent care Dr called to check how you were doing after your visit? Um . . . never? Highly recommend the clinic and the staff.

Walk-In Services, School & Sports Physicals, Acute illness (Flu, URI, UTI, Lyme, pneumonia, shingles), Strep, ear infections & ear aches, Sprains, Wound

Walk-In Services include: School & Sports Physicals Acute illness (Flu, URI, UTI, Lyme, pneumonia, shingles) Strep, ear infections & ear aches Sprains, Wound care, sutures, burns Allergic reactions, rashes, insect bites & stings Flu shots Vaccines & Immunizations (Travel) Primary Care Service Physicals Well Woman exams Hypertension Diabetes Heart disease High Cholesterol Asthma, allergies etc... Corporate Health Services Employment physicals Drug testing Worker’s compensation DOT

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Walk-In Services include: School & Sports Physicals, Immigration Physicals Acute illness (Flu, URI, UTI, Lyme, pneumonia, shingles) Strep, ear infections & ear aches Sprains, Wound care, sutures, burns Allergic reactions, rashes, insect bites & stings Flu shots Vaccines & Immunizations (Travel)

Primary Care Service Physicals Well Woman exams Hypertension Diabetes Heart disease High Cholesterol Asthma, allergies etc... Corporate Health Services Employment physicals Drug testing Worker’s compensation DOT

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21001 Sycolin Rd
Ashburn, VA
20147

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 18:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 18:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 18:30
Thursday 08:00 - 18:30
Friday 08:00 - 18:30
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