Personal, Professional, Proactive Care for Your Medical Needs

Foxhall Medicine was founded with the belief that medical care should remember its roots, meaning that Doctors have personal relationships with their patients.
Foxhall Medicine

A Trusted Medical Provider

Foxhall Medicine was founded by physicians who believe that the relationship between a doctor and a patient should be the center of any practice. We do not employ nurse practitioners or physician assistants. We believe that the best way to treat a problem is to prevent it. This attention to patients comes without yearly membership or concierge fees. Laboratory tests and medical billing are complex, confusing, and constantly changing. Billing is handled by our experienced team who submits insurance claims on each patient’s behalf to all insurance carriers, including Medicare.

The focus of Foxhall Medicine is to provide personal care — we take the time to answer your questions, and plan for your individual needs. An outside lab that participates with all insurance carriers performs the laboratory work we prescribe. Your regular in-network copayment or coinsurance cost is the only fee you’ll pay for lab work. All of the services will be billed directly to your insurance company. Foxhall Medicine will not charge you for labs.

Dedicated physicians focusing on you and your health is what distinguishes Foxhall Medicine. We not only work hard to prevent problems, but we will be there for you whenever you are sick or hospitalized. We maintain our hospital privileges and are directly linked to The Sibley Computer Network. We are never more than a phone call or email away.

To discover more about Foxhall Medicine, or schedule an appointment with one of our doctors, please contact us today at 202-243-0271 or by email.

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Committed To Your Health

We have strong connections throughout the major health care networks, but we are beholden to no one but our patients. “Modern” medicine traces its roots to the 19th century where doctors truly knew their patients. Today, we strive to keep the best of the “old,” with the best of the “new.”