FAQs

  1. Do you provide school physicals and sports physicals?

    Yes. School physicals and sports physicals are available by appointment only. Please call 703-443-2000 to schedule an appointment.

  2. Do you have any specialists in-house?

    No. However if a specialist is required, we will refer you to another doctor who can provide further care.

  3. How do I contact my medical provider?

    To contact your medical provider, please call 703-443-2000.

  4. Do you provide pre-natal care?

    Yes. Pre-natal care is available at our Sterling location, the Health Center for Children and Families. Call 571-434-0022 to find out more.

  5. How can I pay for my medical care?

    We ask that you pay for all services at the time you receive them. We accept cash, credit cards (except American Express), debit cards and checks. We also have a payment plan available for those who need to pay for services over a period of time.

  6. What types of insurance does the HealthWorks for Northern Virginia accept?

    We accept most all insurance, including Medicaid, FAMIS and Medicare. Regardless of whether you have insurance, rest assured, our doctors will care for you and your family.

  7. How does HealthWorks for Northern Virginia’s sliding-discount work?

    HealthWorks for Northern Virginia charges for services on a sliding fee scale, which is based on family income. In order to qualify for the sliding fee discount, you must bring proof of household income and family size to your first appointment. We will ask you to update this information every 6 months.

  8. Are walk-in appointments available?

    We provide walk-in service for our pediatric patients every morning until 10 a.m. For our adult patients, it is best to schedule an appointment in advance in order to see one of the medical providers.

  9. I am currently working. Am I still able to receive services at Loudoun Community Health Center?

    Yes, you can use Loudoun Community Health Center services, regardless of whether or not you are employed. Many people who are employed qualify for a discount (please see "How does Loudoun Community Health Center's sliding-discount work?).

  10. How can I receive a copy of my medical records?

    You will need to sign a release form before records can be released. Call 703-443-2002 for medical records.

  11. How do I make a charitable donation to help the HealthWorks for Northern Virginia provide services?

    We rely on donations to provide our services. You can help support the HealthWorks for Northern Virginia's mission to provide quality primary and preventive health care for all people in need by contacting us at 703-443-2000, visiting www.hwnova.org or by sending a check to HealthWorks for Northern Virginia, 163 Fort Evans Road NE, Leesburg, VA 20176.

  12. What is a Community Health Center?

    Community Health Centers are nonprofit, community-based primary health care organizations supported, in part, by federal funds. This health care model was authorized under the Consolidated Health Center Programs of section 330 of the Public Health Service Act, administered by the United States Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Primary Health Care. Community Health Center funds are initially granted through a competitive process. Other funding is garnered from third party payors like private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, patient payments, other Federal and state grants, foundations, and local fundraising efforts. HealthWorks is a FTCA Deemed facility.

  13. Are you the same as the free clinic?

    No. HealthWorks for Northern Virginia is a different organization, although both charities work to provide health care to the medically underserved. Unlike the Loudoun Free Clinic, HealthWorks for Northern Virginia cares for patients of all ages—including children and senior citizens. The Free Clinic treats only adults age 18–64. We accept all patients, regardless of income or insurance status—those with Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, no insurance or those who are simply underinsured—whereas the Free Clinic is available only to the poorest, uninsured patients. To find out more about the Loudoun Community Free Clinic, visit wwww.loudounfreeclinic.org/