Clinical Services

The Alexandria Health Department provides medical services to people who live, work, or play in the City of Alexandria, Virginia. Some services have eligibility rules, like how much a family makes, where someone lives, etc. Review each program summary for clinic times and contact information.

Page updated on Jun 24, 2020 at 10:45 AM

All Alexandria Health Department Clinical Services by Appointment Only  

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, Alexandria Health Department has limited our services to appointment only or by telephone.   
 For updates on COVID-19, visit  alexandriava.gov/Coronavirus


Face Coverings 

Per the Governor of Virginia's Executive Order Number 63, Face Coverings are required inside all public buildings

In accordance with CDC guidance, AHD reminds everyone that face coverings (covering the nose and mouth) are essential when physical distancing is not possible, but they should not be used by children younger than 2 years of age or by anyone who has trouble breathing. 



Breastfeeding

Main Office : 4480 King Street, Second Floor 703.746.4996

Breastfeeding information and counseling are available at the  Casey Health Center and  Main Office locations for Alexandria Health Department clients. Services include free manual breast pumps and loans of electric breast pumps to qualified mothers. Please contact us for more information.


Case Management / BabyCare

Main Office 4480 King Street, Second Floor 703.746.4940

If you are trying to make a  Pediatrics appointment with Neighborhood Health, please call 703.535.5568.

BabyCare is a Medicaid approved program provided by the Health Department to foster safe and healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. Services are available to eligible pregnant women and/or children up to the age of two. For more information, visit  our page

Call 703.746.4940 to make an Appointment

Visit the  Consumer Product Safety Commission to review product recalls of toys, nursery furniture, car seats, etc.  


Immunization Services

Main Office 4480 King Street, Second Floor

The Alexandria Health Department offers routine immunizations for infants, teens and adults. Services are available by appointment only and some fees may apply.

Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment and bring all immunization records and insurance cards for registration.

Wait times may vary. We appreciate your patience as we move forward with the beginning stages of re-opening our clinic.

If you do not have health insurance, you may be charged some fees based on a sliding fee scale. Bring a picture ID, proof of income and proof of address to determine eligibility.

To view the current recommended immunization schedules, visit  alexandriava.gov/69412

Registration Forms: English   Spanish

Call 703.746.4888 to make an Appointment


Newcomer Health Services

Main Office 4480 King Street, Second Floor - 703.746.4960 

Services for newly arrived refugees into the country include health and  tuberculosis screening, and physicals for newly arrived refugees into the country and and with referral(s) to other health, mental health and social services in the City.

Call 703.746.4960 to make an Appointment


Nutrition Services/WIC

Multiple Locations:  Main Office Arlandria; Casey Health Center - 703.746.4998

The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program provides vouchers for nutritious food benefits, nutrition counseling, promotes breastfeeding and provides breastfeeding support to pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, and for infants and children up to the age of 5 years. All services are by appointment only. 

Health and nutrition programs are also available for educational and nonprofit groups in the community (depending on staff availability). For more information about WIC and what to bring for an appointment, please consult  Virginia Department of Health's WIC site.

Main Office: 4480 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302 Second Floor  

Neighborhood Health Services Inc.: (Arlandria) 2 East Glebe Road, Alexandria, VA  22305 

Casey Health Center: 1200 N. Howard Street, Suite 105, Alexandria, VA 22304 

Call 703.746.4998 to make an Appointment


Opioid/Narcan

Main Office 4480 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302 Second Floor

Narcan® (also known as Naloxone) is a safe, effective antidote for opioids. It can stop an overdose and restore normal breathing until emergency response can arrive. It is easy to get and easy to use.

This medication is not just for people with an opioid dependence or addiction. If you or a loved one are prescribed opioid painkillers, or are taking opioids, you should have Narcan on hand. The Virginia Board of Medicine requires that physicians prescribe Narcan if opioid prescriptions exceed 120 MME per day.

Free, confidential Narcan education and dispensing is available. No eligibility requirements.

Call 703.746.4888 to make an Appointment


OB/GYN Services

Casey Health Center: 1200 N. Howard Street, Alexandria, 22304

Beginning November 4, 2019 OB/Prenatal services will beare provided by Neighborhood Health Services, Inc. .

If you are trying to make a  Prenatal appointment please contact Neighborhood Health Services, Inc. at 703.535.5568.


Pharmacy

Casey Health Center: 1200 N. Howard Street, Alexandria, 22304 - 703.746.4850

The pharmacy provides selected medications for uninsured patients of the Health Department and Neighborhood Health. Please call for more information. 

  • Monday: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday: 9 a.m.  - 4:30 p.m.
  • Thursday: 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Friday: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

(Closed for lunch each day 12:15 - 1p.m.)


Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

 Sexual and Reproductive Health include all of what are traditionally known as Family Planning, HIV Testing and Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinics. These services are now available by appointment.

Main Office 4480 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302 Second Floor  

Family Planning

Family Planning services include reproductive life planning with a wide range of birth control methods (including IUDs and the implant), preconception planning, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception, immunizations, as well as HIV, Hepatitis B, and STI testing. Services also include gynecologic/women’s health care such as lab work, pelvic exams, cervical cancer screening (Pap tests), and breast cancer screening and men’s reproductive health care. 

Pregnancy Testing 

You do not have to live in Virginia to come. Bring your picture ID and health insurance information with you. If you do not have health insurance you may be billed based on a sliding fee scale. Teens are free. No one will be turned away. 

Emergency contraception, Plan B

You do not have to live in Virginia to come. Bring your picture ID and health insurance information with you. If you do not have health insurance you may be billed based on a sliding fee scale. Teens are free. No one will be turned away. 

Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Services

Confidential sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and treatment, HIV, Hepatitis B & C testing, Hepatitis B  and HPV, Hepatitis A & B immunizations for qualifying individuals and referrals. You do not have to live in Virginia to come. Bring your health insurance information with you. If you do not have health insurance you may be billed based on a sliding fee scale. No one will be turned away

General Health History Forms: English  Spanish

Visit Health History Forms: English  Spanish

Call 703.746.4888 to make an Appointment


Teen Wellness Center

3330 King Street - 703.746.4776

The Teen Wellness Center is a medical clinic created to provide accessible health services to any teen living in the City of Alexandria. Located within T.C. Williams High School, the clinic is open year round and provides a variety of health and confidential services to teens between the ages of twelve and nineteen. Visit alexandriava.gov/TeenWellnessCenter for more information.


Tuberculosis (TB) Clinic

Main Office : 4480 King Street, 2nd Second Floor - 703.746.4888

The TB Clinic provides evaluation, treatment and preventive treatment services for tuberculosis (TB). Most services are by appointment only. To learn more about TB and how it is spread, to get it, review our TB Disease page.

TB RISK ASSESSMENT AND SCREENING CLINIC:

This services is for adults (19 years of age and older) and is by appointment only. Children must attend Immunization Clinic for this service.

Prior to performing a TB test, patients are carefully assessed for risk factors. Only those patients at high risk for TB undergo a tuberculin skin test (TST) or an Interferon Gamma Release Assay (IGRA) blood test. Those individuals without risk factors receive a clearance letter immediately. 

  • There is a charge for this service


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