All FFPC offices have adopted an Ebola protocol to protect our patients. For more information about Ebola please visit the Virginia Department of Health website at: http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/epidemiology/ebola/
Fairfax Family Practice Centers, a member of Health Connect IPA, is pleased to announce that Health Connect IPA and UnitedHealthcare have collaborated to improve patient care management in Northern Virginia.
Our Board Certified providers have been taking care of the local community and providing quality care since 1981. We provide continuing and comprehensive care for the entire family. The providers of Fox Mill Family Practice look forward to taking care of you and your family’s healthcare needs. We thank you for choosing us as your primary care physician or nurse practitioner.
Fox Mill Family Practice is a member of the Fairfax Family Practice Centers, which have been providing quality family practice care to Northern Virginia since 1971. Your family's health is important to us, and we look forward to providing you the best care possible over the years!
The best way to avoid getting the flu is by getting vaccinated every year.
Fairfax Family Practice Centers has been recognized by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) for successful completion of the Child and Adolescent Immunization Office Champions Project. During the year-long project, Fairfax Family Practice Centers implemented a series of system changes to increase immunization rates for their pediatric patients.
A patient-centered medical home is a model of care where each patient has an ongoing relationship with a personal physician who leads a team responsible for that patient's care. The physician-led care team provides for every patient's health care needs and coordinates care across the health care system. View the "What is the Medical Home?" video by the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative. Learn More >>
Fairfax Family Practice Centers and our patient-centered medical home approach to patient care was hightlighted in the Chicago Tribune. Read the Article>>