Your Time. Your Health.
When You Need It.

Thank you for your patience in advance as we transition to our new Electronic Medical Record System. We’re also increasing your access to care & our providers with MyChart, your new patient portal!

During your visit you may be asked to validate information already provided to us, and may experience slight delays for the next few days. Thank you for your understanding.

Medical Services

Our physicians are trained to diagnose and treat most non-life threatening injuries and illnesses. We incorporate in-house and laboratory tests into our treatment plans.


Online Payment

You can pay for your medical bill online with our secure online payment system. We accept payments in the form of Cash, Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, and Discover card.


Patient Portal

Access your medical records & retrieve lab results, request a refill and much more by logging into our Patient Portal after your first visit to Metro Immediate & Primary Care.


Conveniently Located.


2902 Porter Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008

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8484 Georgia Ave Ste 100
Silver Spring, MD 20910

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220 L St NE
Washington, DC 20002

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1101 15th St NW
Washington, DC 20005

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  • Welcome to MyChart!

    MyChart is the new patient portal for Metro Immediate & Primary Care. It provides you with access to your electronic health records, appointment requests, clinicians, providers and so much more! Get access to the care you need and communicate with your providers and clinicians by signing-up for MyChart today. Sign-Up is easy and can be done in...

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  • The Facts About Cholesterol

      September is Cholesterol Education Month and no matter how healthy you may appear, it is important for everyone to know the facts about high cholesterol. According to the CDC, over 102 million adults in America have cholesterol levels over 200 mg/dL, which is above what is considered healthy. Those who carry high levels of cholesterol...

    Published: September 7, 2015
  • Flu Season: Should You Vaccinate?

    As summer draws to a close, most people face several important questions this upcoming fall.  Will the Redskins finally have a decent season? Is there a limit to the pumpkin flavored items one can consume? Should I get vaccinated for the flu this year? Although the answers to some of these questions remain ambiguous, getting vaccinated should...

    Published: September 7, 2015
  • Suntan and Sunburn

    Republished from The Journal of the American Medical Association   A suntan or sunburn is a sign that skin has been damaged by ultraviolet (UV) rays. Melanin is the pigment that gives skin its color. People with light skin have less melanin than people with dark skin. When skin is damaged by UV rays, the body makes more melanin...

    Published: August 11, 2015
  • The Importance of Sexual Health

    Sexual health can be a sensitive topic for some, however, you should not be afraid to raise questions and discuss them with your physician. The CDC estimates that there are about 20 million new Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) cases a year in the United States. Some of these have uncomfortable symptoms, however, many STDs can...

    Published: August 11, 2015
  • The Facts About Lyme Disease

    Lyme disease is a bacterial infection spread through the bite of blacklegged ticks infected with the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium.  The typical indicators of Lyme disease are fever, headache, fatigue and a characteristic “bull’s-eye” skin rash. Late spring/early summer is the highest-risk season for Lyme disease, but it should be noted that adult ticks are active year...

    Published: August 11, 2015
  • Your MetroIPC Patient Coordinator

      Kawana Ringold is a Patient Care Coordinator at MetroIPC.  Our coordinators serve as a liaison between our MetroIPC patients and providers.  Kawana shares more about her role and what MetroIPC is doing to provide ongoing quality care for our patients.   Please tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a married, mother of three who is currently enrolled at...

    Published: August 11, 2015
  • Using the Internet to Self-Diagnose?

    By Michael J. Horan, MD, MPH, FACP   I turn to research on the Internet when I want to buy a new car, TV, computer or washing machine. When I go to the Internet, I can find independent consumer product evaluations and comparative cost information across a broad array of vendors. But what if I become ill?...

    Published: August 11, 2015

This is a partial list of the insurances that we accept. Please note that this list is not a guarantee of coverage. Click here for our full list of accepted insurances.
Please check with your insurance company to make sure your plan is active and that we are listed as an in-network provider. This will ensure that you receive the expected coverage for your visit.

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