DC Farragut Square Office
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Primary Care Doctor's Office in Washington, DC Farragut Square

Our Farragut Square doctor's office is located a 5 minute walk from the Farragut Square North metro station. Whether you've got sprains, strains, thyroid conditions, or need a physical exam, we are here to help. No stress. No hassle. See a doctor when and where you want. One Medical is reinventing the doctor's office.

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1627 I Street NW

Suite 800

Washington , DC 20006

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Office Hours:

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8AM–6PM
Wed: 8AM–5PM
Sat–Sun: Closed

Lab Hours:

Mon–Fri: 8AM–5PM
Sat–Sun: Closed
The lab hours for 9/21 will be 8:00am-12:30pm; 1:30pm-4:00pm


Public Transportation

Metro Stations
  • Blue, Orange to Farragut West
  • Red to Farragut North
Capital Bikeshare Station
  • 16th and K St NW
Capital Bikeshare


Colonial Parking at 1666 K St NW, has limited daily parking available. Street parking is also limited and can be difficult to find. Please allow yourself extra time if you are traveling by personal vehicle.

Additional Information

Our Farragut Square doctor's office is located in the Army Navy Building with the green awning. Unfortunately, bikes are not allowed in the building, but there are bike racks outside of the building. The elevators to our office unlock at 8am.

Building security requires visitors to present photo ID upon entering the lobby. Please allow a few extra minutes to get to your appointment.

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.

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