Proudly serving Northern Virginia for more than 20 years, Nova Urgent Care provides cost effective, walk-in medical care, seven days a week.

With four convenient locations, extended patient hours, and the ability to participate with most insurance carriers, Nova Urgent Care centers are an excellent alternative to hospital emergency rooms when immediate medical care is needed for non-life threatening illnesses and injuries.

No appointment is ever necessary, and a copy of your medical encounter can be sent directly to your primary care physician to aid in the continuity of your care.

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Nova’s highly trained and certified medical providers treat walk-in patients of all ages for a fraction of the cost or wait time spent in an emergency room setting. In fact, a recent study by HealthCore says patients can save between $50 - $400 in out-of-pocket costs per visit if they’d skip the emergency room and instead, head to an urgent care for minor illnesses and injuries.

News & Updates


Inclement Weather

MONDAY, MARCH 17, 2014 Due to inclement weather, all facilities will be on a delayed schedule on Monday, March 17th.  We are scheduled to open at … Read More

Medicaid Termination Notice

Please note that effective January 1, 2014, Nova Medical & Urgent Care Center will no longer participate with Virginia Medicaid.  We will continue … Read More



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