Our Mission

Northern Virginia Pediatric Associates, P.C. is a medical practice whose primary purpose is to care for the physical and mental health of children from birth until age 21 and...

Nurse Line

Not sure if you need to call your doctor or need immediate advice for non-urgent matters? Check the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS’ SYMPTOM CHECKER. If you still have questions, then give us a call. Our pediatric nurses operate a nurse phone line between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Call our main office number, 703-532-4446 and choose Option 2 for urgent medical matters. Option 3 for non-urgent matters.


Northern Virginia Pediatric Associates, P.C. is proud to have a high quality, CLIA-compliant, laboratory within our office building. Our in-office laboratory is much more convenient for patients and their families. It also enables your doctor to receive lab results in a more timely fashion in order to more quickly diagnose and treat your child. Most tests can be performed in our lab. Our lab manager, Coni Evans, M.T., has over 25 years experience and along with our highly...

Camp and School Forms

We are experiencing an extremely high volume of forms.  Currently, forms are being completed on the later side of our 7 - 10 business day policy.  In order to process forms within this time frame, we are not able to expedite forms until the week of September 14th.  Please also note that due to HIPPA regulations, we are not able to scan / email forms.  Forms can be faxed with a prior authorization and understanding that recipient will be present to receive fax directly.

After Hours Calls Hours and Policy

After April 15, the office will be open until 6:45 p.m. for sick calls.

Please View our New After Hours Calls Policy.

Presently Accepting Newborn Patients Only

So that we may accommodate our existing patients, we are presently accepting newborn patients only. Please continue to check our website for updates regarding future openings.


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Your First Visit

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