3 Inova respiratory illness clinics open in Fairfax Co. amid coronavirus surge

Fairfax County, Virginia, announced the opening of three Inova Urgent Care respiratory illness clinic locations Wednesday to help check the spread of coronavirus.

The clinic locations are at Dulles South, North Arlington and Tysons. Medical staff at those locations will evaluate all patients with respiratory illness symptoms.

Potential patients need to get in touch with their regular doctor for an evaluation first before visiting these clinics. Those without a primary care physician or who need help with recommendations can call 1-855-IMG-DOCS.

At the clinics, samples will also be collected vehicle-side, with prospective patients remaining in their car.

The addresses for the clinics are:

  • Inova Urgent Care – Dulles South
    24801 Pinebrook Rd. #110
    Chantilly, VA 20152
  • Inova Urgent Care – North Arlington
    4600 Lee Hwy.
    Arlington, VA  22207
  • Inova Urgent Care – Tysons
    8357 Leesburg Pike
    Vienna, VA 22182

The North Arlington and Tysons locations will operate solely as respiratory illness clinics. Other urgent care centers, including Dulles South, will be open to all patients.

“Upon arrival at the Inova Respiratory Illness Clinic, a clinician will greet the patient at their vehicle to escort the patient into the respiratory clinic for evaluation or to collect samples for a physician-ordered test,” Fairfax County wrote in a release.

“For patients who undergo COVID-19 testing, a UCC nurse will contact those whose results are negative. For patients with positive results, a UCC nurse will coordinate with the patient’s regular physician for notification and further instructions. Patients who are tested can expect results in roughly 4 to 7 days.”

The clinics will be open seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Will Vitka

William Vitka is a Digital Writer/Editor for WTOP.com. He's been in the news industry for over a decade. Before joining WTOP, he worked for CBS News, Stuff Magazine, The New York Post and wrote a variety of books—about a dozen of them, with more to come.

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