We are open and here to meet your medical and dental needs in a safe and healthy manner with in-person and telemedicine appointments.


Safety Protocols for COVID-19  

Information updated on 3/14/21

  • Dental is open for all dental care.
  • All doctors are available via Telemedicine. Dr. Kannankeril, Dr. Tapscott, Dr. Coy Roskosky and Ron Murray are scheduling in-office visits. Dr. Gant is available for Telemedicine appointments only.
  • The Lab is open 9 am-4:30 pm Monday -Thursday for patients with an active IV or lab order from a physician.
  • LabCorp at NIHA is open.
  • Mobile Lab Services are now available for patients in the DMV area. Hunt Medical Services will come to your house wearing PPE (personal protective equipment). Contact your doctor's coordinator to inquire about this service.
  • All patients are screened for risk assessment prior to coming to the office and before entry for symptoms and COVID-19 exposure (see Safety Protocols).
  • As a reminder, we ask anyone with recent symtoms of a cold, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, fever or possible exposure to first call your provider or local health department.


Schedule a Medical Appointment

Schedule a Dental Appointment

Or, CALL 202-237-7000 ext. 0 for Medical, ext. 2 for Dental


Telemedicine Appointments

Stay connected and stay well! You may schedule a telemedicine virtual visit as a current or new patient. We are able to provide continuity of care to current patients as well as assess new patients through this tool and remain safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Telemedicine has recently been approved by most insurance companies. Check with your insurance company to verify you will be reimbursed for a telemedicine visit. 

Telemedicine Information


COVID-19 Information

Coronavirus.gov  has the latest information.


Coronavirus Vaccination by County

Updated Feb. 2021

While we are currently unable to offer vaccines for the coronavirus, we are monitoring the situation closely and will update here as we receive more information.

In the meantime here is a list of local resources for you to sign up for vaccination appointments or to receive alerts.



Coronavirus Testing in the DMV Area

Updated Feb. 2021

Many COVID testing centers have been set up in local CVS or Walgreens. You must call to make an appointment. If you have symptoms and/or think you were exposed, call your local health department or physician.

COVID-19 Testing Locations

  • WASHINGTON, DC Testing Sites https://coronavirus.dc.gov/testing
  • DC residents, 3 years of age and older, experiencing any COVID-19 symptom (fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, congestion, body aches, chills, runny nose) or with known exposure to COVID-19 should get a COVID-19 test. You DO NOT need a doctor's note for any of the walk-in sites. Testing and quarantine go together. While you wait for your results, protect our community by staying home.
  • Insurance:  Beginning Monday, November 23, 2020, individuals who have health insurance will be asked to provide their insurance information when registering for a test at a public site. Residents will continue to receive testing at no cost, and no one will be charged a copay for testing. Individuals without insurance will continue to receive free testing. No one will be turned away or charged.


Coronavirus Antibody Testing is available. Speak to your physician.


CDC  COVID-19 Guidelines

How to Protect Yourself and Others

If you are Pregnant, Breastfeeding or Caring for Young Children

People at Increased Risk (updated Aug. 10, 2020)


Helpful Information from our Practitioners

Strengthen Your Immune System 

Find Calm Within - Free Mindfulness Meditation Sessions, Every Sunday night at 7 pm

Dr. Gant's Optimal Immunity from Infections

What Dr. McClure Does to Stay Healthy

Kuno Bachbauer's webinar & guided meditation- Staying Sane in a World in Upheaval