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George Washington University opens new medical practice in West End

GW Primary Care facility in Alexandria, photo courtesy GW Medical Faculty Associates

George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates (GW MFA) has opened up a new primary care office at 1500 N. Beauregard Street, suite 100, near the Mark Center.

“GW Primary Care is excited to provide care to the entire Alexandria, Virginia community,” GW MFA said on its website. “From the Old Town Waterfront to Alexandria’s West End, we are committed to improving the lives of our patients through quality and equitable health care.”

The practice opened January 3. The website lists standard primary care services like preventive screenings, prescription medicines, and common illness/injuries.

“Our highly skilled medical team is passionate about taking care of the health and well-being of our patients in the community,” GW MFA said on the website. “We look forward to being an active part of the Alexandria community – ensuring that we are working to improve the lives of the patients we serve.”

GW MFA has other locations in D.C. and Maryland, and the Alexandria office is the first in Virginia.

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