Frequently Asked Questions:
Why should I visit Chantilly Family Practice Center?
In family medicine, Chantilly Family Practice Center (CFPC) emphasizes preventive health care, working with you when you are well to help you stay healthy, as well as taking care of you when you are injured or ill.
We can also help decide when it’s necessary for you to see a specialist. We encourage you to be a partner in your health-care decisions, if you wish, and we’re always happy to answer any questions you may have. You can receive complete health care evaluation in one location, at CFPC.
Our walk-in clinic offers numerous specialist services on-site and our patients can schedule a visit with them without changing a location. We also have an emergency clinic which provides urgent care during extended hours.
What other languages does your personnel speak?
We have trained personnel (Doctors, Nurses, Medical Assistants, Lab Technicians and office staff) that speak Spanish, Hindi, Urdu, Farsi, Korean, and other languages. Please call us for more information at
Do you accept credit cards and checks?
Yes, We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, Personal Checks (ID may be required) and Company checks.
Do you have a specialist in-house?
Yes, Chantilly Family Practice Center offers specialist services of Physical Therapists, Weight Loss Program Specialist, and Nutritionist. Our specialists are Board Certified with years of experience.
Can I contact a doctor after office hours?
Yes, You are able to contact a doctor after office hours by calling the same office number (703) 962-7277. This hotline is available 24/7 for Non-Life threatening emergencies. When calling, please leave your complete name, contact information and a brief description of the emergency. A medical staff will contact you within 30 minutes.
No Medical advice or prescriptions will be given over the phone. For Life threatening emergencies call 911.
What are immigration physicals?
Immigration physicals are medical examinations required by the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) to obtain a US green card or US citizenship.
Who can do immigration physicals? What are the tests or medical exams included in Immigration physicals?
Only doctors designated by the USCIS as civil surgeons can complete immigration medical exams. Immigration medical exams include General physical test, HIV/RPR test, PPD (Tuberculosis) test, Vaccination (Tetanus, Polio, MMR and Varicella) and Chest X-Ray.
How much do immigration physicals cost? Are they covered by insurance?
The U.S. government doesn’t set a standard fee. It can vary from $100 to over $400 depending on the doctor you visit. Immigration exams and/or vaccinations will not be covered by insurance companies.