Ashburn Walk-In Clinic & Primary Care

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

Culpeper Medical Clinic

El jueves 15 de noviembre daremos la bienvenida a un nuevo proveedor al equipo, el Sr. Victor Cisneros.
Él trae valiosa experiencia y conocimiento. Tiene mucho que ofrecer a la comunidad de Culpeper. Brindará atención general y atención de urgencia a adultos y niños con o sin cita. Si tienes cualquiera pregunta llama hoy.

Culpeper Medical Clinic

Beginning Thursday, November 15th, we are welcoming our newest addition to the Culpeper Clinic Team!

Mr. Victor Cisneros is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner who brings valuable experience and insight to provide patient-centered care for the people of Culpeper.

His focus is primary and preventative care, with emphasis on education in the pursuit of healthy outcomes for each of his patients. He also provides urgent care services for walk-in patients for those unexpected medical needs.

Ashburn Walk-In Clinic & Primary Care

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21001 Sycolin Rd
Ashburn, VA
20147

Opening Hours

Monday 09:30 - 19:30
Tuesday 09:30 - 19:30
Wednesday 09:30 - 19:30
Thursday 09:30 - 19:30
Friday 09:30 - 19:30
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
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