A Primary Care / Urgent Care Medical Center with modern efficiency and classic empathy.
Blue Cross Blue Shield United Health Care Aetna GEHA Meritain Health

5 minutes walk from Clarendon and Virginia Square metro stations with on-site visitor parking.
Locally owned family medical practice, best experience guaranteed.

In case of a medical emergency, please call 911.
Please schedule your appointment online in advance to avoid waiting.
Please arrive a few minutes before your appointment to be seen on time.

We now have in-office visits 5 days a week with telemedicine visits on the weekends. Please be sure to check out our latest Office Hours
Your safety is our priority: Our office is cleaned rigorously, visits are spaced out, and guaranteed to have no wait time. We encourage you to wear a face mask.
Our telemedicine visits are through video conferencing: When it gets closer to your appointment time, you will receive a link via email to join the telemedicine session. You will not believe how easy it is.

To schedule an appointment or see all the services we currently offer: please click on Schedule Appointment.
Please do not hesitate to call us at Phone: (571) 492-4453 or chat with us online to learn more.

Agile Providers - Urgent care in with primary care services (Arlington, VA)

STI Screening

Understanding the significance of Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) screening and prioritizing sexual health is paramount for fostering overall well-being. At Agile Providers, we provide comprehensive sexual health education that empowers individuals to make informed decisions and take control of their sexual well-being. Alongside STI screening, regular health check-ups serve as a crucial component in maintaining holistic health and facilitating early detection of underlying health issues.

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Agile Providers - Urgent care in with primary care services (Arlington, VA)

Is It The Flu or Is It COVID?

You suddenly feel like you’ve been hit by a ton of bricks! You start getting rapid body aches and chills with increasing fatigue. What is going on!?

How do you know if you have the flu or COVID? We can perform rapid testings that only take 15 minutes. The flu can be treated with a prescription antiviral medication. It shortens the course and severity of symptoms. The catch is the medication has to be taken within 48 hours of symptoms for it to work effectively. So, don't wait to get tested.

When you are not feeling well, you don’t want to wait in line and be exposed to other sick people. Come and see us. You won't have to wait.