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Having a primary care physician (family practitioner or internist) who knows you and your health history is one of the best things you can do for your long-term health and wellness. For your kids, a pediatrician plays this role. But don't wait until you're sick or injured to establish a relationship. It's important to start seeing a primary care physician when you are well to have a baseline for comparison. A primary care doctor can:

  • Serve as your advocate and home base for all medical records and care decisions
  • Provide recommended flu shots and vaccinations
  • Recommend and expedite appointments with appropriate specialists when you become ill or injured
  • Perform routine physicals for preventive care, sports, school, adoption or employment
  • Recommend age-appropriate screenings for cancer, bone density, and cardiac health
  • Maintain a long-term perspective on your individual risk factors based on personal and family history, including cardiac, cancer, and diabetes risks

Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group Primary Care

If you live or work anywhere in or around Arlington, there’s a Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group – Primary Care practice nearby. Having a primary care doctor who knows you and your medical history is one of the best things you can do for your long-term health. But you shouldn’t wait until you’re sick or injured to establish a relationship. Fortunately, you don’t have to: all our primary care practices are now accepting new patients. Make an appointment today, and don’t navigate the road to wellness alone. Do you have a primary care physician? If not, now is a good time to choose one. For more information, please click on the links below to expand or collapse:


Address: 1600 N. Beauregard St., Suite 300, Alexandria, VA 22311
Phone: 703.717.4148
Fax: 703.717.4149

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Old Town

700 S. Washington St., Suite 330, Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703.528.8260
Fax: 703.528.8267

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Arlington (two convenient locations)

Main Hospital Address:
1635 N. George Mason Dr., Suite 140, Arlington, VA 22205
Phone: Phone: 703.717.4245
Fax: 703.717.4248
Monday, Closed

Shirlington Gateway Building Address:
2800 S. Shirlington Rd., Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22206
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Phone: Phone: 703.717.4245
Fax: 703.717.4248

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Falls Church

Address: 400 S. Maple Ave., Suite 200, Falls Church, VA 22046
Phone: 703.532.5436
Fax: 703.532.3232

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Address: 6862 Elm St., Suite 600, McLean, VA 22101
Phone: 703.992.0649
Fax: 703.992.6419

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Virginia Hospital Center cares about your health and well-being! Before you schedule your next annual physical, give some thought to your health concerns and goals ahead of time so you can make the most of your time with your doctor.


  • What is my healthy weight?
  • Which lab screenings do I need?
  • Do I need shots for flu, pneumonia, shingles, etc.?
  • What is the impact of my family history?
  • When do I need to schedule the following exams?
    • Mammogram
    • Bone density
    • Endoscopy
    • Prostate

If you don’t have a primary care provider, we urge you to contact the Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group at 703.717.7100 to schedule your next physical. To find the VHC Physician Group Primary Care practice near you, go to vhcphysiciangroup.com.

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Primary Care

  • Phone: 703.DIAL.VHC
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If you are a patient of one of the doctors with the Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group practices, you can access your OFFICE VISIT information on the


If you need help with the VHC Physician Group Portal, please call 703.717.7100.

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According to Australia’s Immunization Coalition, as of late September, Australia has already recorded more than 168,337 influenza cases, compared to 91,000 in 2016 and 100,000 in 2015.

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