Coronavirus Update 04/01/2020 – How Family Medicine in Falls Church is approaching the pandemic this week:

  1. We now have adequate testing supplies for COVID 19.  Let us help you determine if you need to be tested.  We also can help reassure and educate you about COVID 19.

    1. Established patients should contact the office and schedule a televideo visit for initial assessment and then brought in for evaluation and testing when appropriate. 

    2. New patients can be accommodated as well but must be seen in the office.  State law prohibits the initial visit from being done virtually.  Call the office to set up a visit. 

  2. We are seeing patients for more than just COVID 19.  If you have a rash, injury, or illness other than respiratory, we can see you in the office or often by televideo visit.  Our goal is to keep you out of the emergency room or urgent care.  We also still offer preventative care services including physicals, form completion and vaccines.

    1. Patients without respiratory symptoms are seen at separate times in the schedule from those with symptoms.

    2. We see sick patients in our protective gear; all sick patients must wear a mask

    3. We see well patients while wearing a surgical mask to reduce the risk of asymptomatic transmission of COVID 19.

    4. We clean our exam rooms and facilities frequently.

  3. COVID 19 test results can range from 3-10+ days – we agree this is unfortunate, but it is a factor of the volume of tests that the lab companies are handling.

 

COVID 19 is a very difficult disease.  No one is immune and everyone is at risk.  Social distancing and staying at home unless absolutely necessary is critical to slow its spread.  Its symptoms are very vague.  Many seem to spread it without symptoms, but if someone is sick, the chance of spread is greater.  If you are sick in any way, please stay home and away from others, keep your hands clean and cover your mouth and nose if you cough.

There are no treatments for COVID, so affected patients need to be monitored.  Please notify us immediately if your symptoms start to worsen such as fever greater than 100.4F and/or you have difficulty breathing.  If you feel your life is in danger, please go to the emergency room.

Please check out the Fairfax County Health Department website section on COVID for additional information.

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Welcome to Family Medicine in Falls Church! We are a small, private practice located in the City of Falls Church. It is our pleasure to welcome patients of all ages to our practice. Here, you are not a number, you are family.

 

Our physicians are board-certified in family medicine. We love to see infants grow through their important stages of development into their child and teen years, attend to our adult patients for their on-going health and wellness, and provide care for acute and chronic needs. It is our hope to foster a meaningful patient-doctor relationship with you and your family for years to come. 

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Family Medicine in Falls Church

124-A East Broad Street

Falls Church, VA 22046

 

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