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Primary Care Doctor's Office in Washington, DC Metro Center

Our Metro Center doctor's office is conveniently located directly above the Metro Center station. We offer personalized primary care, as well as basic women's health services. We can help with the everything from sinus infections and STD testing to digestive disorders and birth control counseling. We are not your typical doctor's office; One Medical is an affordable alternative to concierge medicine. We are in-network with most health insurance plans and offer straight-forward pricing for people without insurance.

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Membership benefits you’ll enjoy

  • Get 24/7 on-demand care nationwide via Video Chat or Treat Me Now at no extra cost
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  • Request prescription refills and renewals
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1001 G Street NW

Suite 200 East

Washington , DC 20001

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Office Hours:

Mon–Thu: 8AM–9PM
Fri: 8AM–6PM
Sat–Sun: Closed

Lab Hours:

Mon–Fri: 8AM–5PM
Sat–Sun: Closed

Information

Public Transportation

Metro Stations
  • Blue, Orange, Red to Metro Center
  • Green, Yellow to Gallery Place Chinatown
WMATA
Capital Bikeshare Station
  • 12th and G St NW
Capital Bikeshare

Parking

There is a garage in our building (entrance on 10th Street), as well as several other garages nearby. There is also street parking.

Additional Information

Our Metro Center doctor's office is on the second floor of the Washington Center building, which is connected to the Grand Hyatt and Starbucks. Although bikes are not allowed in the building, there are bike racks in the garage beneath the building. The elevators to our office unlock at 8am.

Our services

Think of us as your home for healthcare — your go-to for preventive care like physicals and screenings and your first stop when something feels off.

Frequently asked questions