There is a garage in the building (entrance on Eye Street.)
Our Farragut Square doctor's office is located in the Army Navy Building. You will need to check in with the security guard to be let up to our eighth floor office, so please give yourself extra time. Unfortunately, bikes are not allowed in the building but there are bike racks in the garage beneath the building.
Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm
Mon - Fri: 8am - 11am, 12pm - 3pm
On maternity leave, expected to return in April 2015
D.C. native Shilpi Agarwal joined One Medical Group in order to build long-lasting relationships with patients and provide a consistent, meaningful, and seamless care experience. She describes One Medical Group’s philosophy as “the most innovative and exciting practice model I’ve come across,” and says she wanted to “be a part of a new and disruptive concept in medicine.” Shilpi focuses on dietary and lifestyle modifications before medication whenever possible, and applies an integrative approach to her practice. She has particular interests in stress management, weight loss/obesity counseling, women’s health, mental health, diabetes, and cardiac health. Shilpi is a fitness fiend and loves trying new and different workout classes. She’s done everything from SoulCycle to SolidCore to yoga, and has even run a half-marathon. Shilpi is a graduate of the George Washington University School of Medicine, and completed her residency in family medicine at Glendale Adventist Medical Center/Loma Linda University. She is board-certified in family medicine and integrative and holistic medicine. Follow her on Twitter @shilpiMD.
Richard Kennedy believes in putting his patients first, which is why he identifies with One Medical Group’s patient-centered care philosophy. Through careful listening, teaching, and patient advocacy, he allows patients to play active roles in their own wellness plans. Richard finds alternative health care and cancer prevention especially interesting, and he firmly believes that “all of us have a gift to give to the human family—mine happens to be health care.” Richard volunteers with the Breast Cancer Survivor’s Group and the Men’s Health Network. To stay fit, he enjoys walking, drinking plenty of water, and eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. His hobbies include golf, listening to music, and dancing. Richard attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons Internal Medicine Program at Harlem Hospital. He is board certified in internal medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
Stephanie thrives in the primary care setting, building supportive relationships with patients and helping give them a better understanding of their health. Full of compassion, she encourages her patients to live a healthy and active lifestyle and focuses largely on preventive care. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Stephanie went on to complete her physician assistant training and earn her master's of science from Wake Forest University. Through her extensive experience as a hospitalist and work in cardiology, she developed a particular interest in the management of cardiovascular disease. She is board-certified through the NCCPA.
Christopher Saj transitioned from emergency room work to primary care and finds the long-term collaborative relationships he now develops with patients especially rewarding. He enjoys guiding patients through various health decisions and appreciates the ease with which they can access him, thanks to One Medical Group’s use of technology in patient care. Aside from treating illnesses and addressing concerns, Christopher examines lifestyle management and helps patients find ways to cope with life stressors that impact their health. While he draws on his own personal experiences to understand and assist other men in weight loss and lifestyle changes, but enjoys treating both men and women from various backgrounds. When he’s not in the office, Christopher likes to swim, lift weights, cook, and travel. He is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology and certified through the National CCPA.
Patric Schine has worked with the LGBT community for most of his career, and he enjoys being able to provide specialized care for individuals who may have had difficulty accessing it in the past. He says that the One Medical Group employees he met during his interview process were top-notch, professional, and compassionate, with high expectations of delivery of health care services. “The group’s philosophy is exactly in line with the way that I practice,” he says. Patric describes himself as quiet, subtle, thorough, compassionate, and non-judgmental, and he believes that everyone deserves great, evidence-based medical care. He says his work in transgender medicine over the past 15 years has been incredibly rewarding and the sincere feedback he receives from his patients always puts a smile on his face. Patric credits his husband for cooking amazing, healthy meals, and he says the two of them stay fit by chasing around their children, who are just learning to crawl. He loves spending time with his kids, watching them grow, shaping their world, and seeing them laugh and smile. A Phoenix native, Patric left home because the state of Arizona doesn’t recognize gay marriage, and by law, he and his husband were not allowed to adopt their biological children. “We left our family and friends and relocated to a city that gives us the same rights and protections that should be afforded to everyone,” he says. “We picked DC because of the rich cultural and historical community background.” Though he has yet to connect with volunteer organizations in the area, Patric provided a free, monthly clinic for his transgender patients in Phoenix that couldn’t afford office visits. Patric earned his doctor of nursing practice at Arizona State University in 2010.
Adult Medicine and Women's Health
Lesley Magnussen follows both the Nurse Practitioner model of treating holistically and the Public Health model of 'meet the people where they're at.' She is interested in a partnership with patients to help them reach their health goals and identify areas for improved health. She listens closely to each patient, offering warmth, sympathy, reassurance, and support. To stay healthy, Lesley loves Crossfit and running, and when she’s not in the office or working out, she loves to read. Lesley has a Masters of Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and she attended the Yale University School of Nursing. Lesley is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (Adult NP) and the National Certification Corporation (Women's Health NP).
John expertly balances the rigors of evidence-based medicine with the art of compassionate listening. He has developed a wide breadth of knowledge from his years of experience in primary care and has a particularly keen interest in LGBT health issues. After receiving his bachelor's, master's and medical degrees from the University of Massachusetts, John completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Brown University Residency Program where he also served as Chief Medical Resident. He went on to practice at Johns Hopkins University where he was Assistant Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program. He then spent six years on the medical school faculty at UNC Chapel Hill, based at the South East AHEC in Wilmington, where he also served as the residency Program Director in Internal Medicine and the Vice Chair of Medicine at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. John also holds a master's in public health from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a Medical Officer in the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration, where he works on Affordable Care Act projects related to growing the nation's primary care workforce. He is certified through the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
Lindsay expertly balances her detailed, comprehensive medical knowledge with a light-hearted, empathetic demeanor. She is a reliable partner for her patients, helping them improve their health through lifestyle changes, such as tobacco cessation and weight loss. After completing her undergraduate studies at the College of William and Mary, Lindsay went on to earn her MD from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. She then completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Georgetown University Hospital where she was chief resident. She is certified through the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
Veena brings a strong background in sports medicine and a commitment to patient education to her practice at One Medical Group. She is adept at problem-solving and approaching health issues from a holistic standpoint, focusing on diet, exercise and lifestyle modification in addition to conventional treatments. After attending The George Washington University, Veena earned her MD from Kasturba Medical College in India and completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry-New Jersey Medical School at St. Mary Hospital. She received additional training in Primary Care Sports Medicine through a fellowship at Boston University Medical Center. Veena has extensive experience as a clinician and teacher and is currently a visiting assistant professor at Georgetown University. She is board-certified in Family Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine.
Nate Madsen enjoys the excitement of primary care because he has the opportunity to see a multitude of patients and treat a variety of conditions. He believes One Medical Group affords him the opportunity to spend time with patients and develop working partnerships with them. With five years of emergency medicine work under his belt, Nate invokes a straightforward attitude with patients, and believes good listening skills and honesty are the most important attributes in his practice. In addition to lifestyle modification, men’s health, and preventative education, Nate is particularly interested in sports medicine, complex conditions, infectious diseases, and simple procedures. When he’s not working, Nate stays fit hiking, biking, and training for triathlons. He served as a faculty member at George Washington University and Howard University, and is certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physicians Assistants. Nate earned his degrees in English and Biology from the University of Wisconsin and attended Arcadia University to earn Master of Medical Science and Master of Public Health degrees.