If you're not feeling well and show symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath, or have had close, direct contact with someone with the coronavirus, please call our patient scheduling center at (202) 469-4699 before coming to one of our health centers.


Your health matters. As our community faces challenges related to the coronavirus, Unity is committed to keeping our patients healthy and safe. To protect yourself, your loved ones, and our staff, please call (202) 469-4699 to schedule an appointment before visiting our health centers in person. 

Ensuring Your Safety

We take the safety of our patients, staff, and community seriously. Here is a list of measures we’ve put in place to keep you safe:

  • All visitors are screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to their visit and upon entry into our facilities. 

  • All staff are screened for COVID-19 symptoms daily.

  • Masks covering the mouth and nose are required for all people inside all of our facilities at all times.

  • Physical distancing (people maintaining 6 feet between them) in waiting areas is strictly enforced.

  • Only one visitor may accompany a patient to an appointment to limit the number of people inside our facilities.

  • Increased cleaning of patient exam and visitor areas allows us to maintain a safe, hygienic environment.

  • We are separating sick and well patients where possible to reduce potential exposure.

  • All staff are following strict hand hygiene guidance and hand sanitizer is available throughout the facility.

COVID-19 Vaccine

Unity Health Care has been designated a vaccine distribution site by the District and will follow DC Health and CDC mandate for the phased distribution of the vaccine. During the initial phase of the vaccine distribution, frontline healthcare workers have been prioritized to ensure the District maintains a strong healthcare workforce throughout the continued fight against the pandemic. For additional information on Unity's role in distributing the vaccine, please click here

Hours of Operations

As we continue to respond to the coronavirus crisis, please note our updated hours and temporary closures for our health centers. Hours are subject to change due to the public health emergency.

COVID-19 test are now available at five of our health centers for patients and residents. You do not need to have symptoms to get tested. Please call 202-469-4699 to make an appointment.


Get Your Flu Shot!

It is more important than ever to get your flu shot to keep you and your family safe during the pandemic. All in-person visits will be offered the flu vaccine. We also offer designated times at our health centers just for the flu shot with walk-in availability.  Please see the chart above for our flu clinic hours. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 202-469-4699 today!

Telehealth Visits

Telehealth video and phone appointments is our preferred method of taking care of your health needs during this time. From the convenience and comfort of your own home, you can see and speak to your provider to help with acute and chronic issues, ranging from monitoring diabetes or hypertension to helping you to manage mild cold symptoms to providing guidance on your child's development and wellness.

All you need is a smartphone or a computer with video capabilities to schedule a telehealth video appointment! No smartphone? No problem. You can schedule an audio-only visit through any telephone.

While telehealth is acceptable for the majority of conditions, we recognize that not everything can be done remotely and are providing in-person services at all of our health centers. Many of your health needs can be addressed during a telehealth appointment. However, if the provider needs to see you at one of our locations, an in-person appointment will be made.

Have an in-person appointment?

With our new check-in kiosks, registration for in-person appointments are now easier and safer than ever. Use the kiosks at the entry of the health center to be seen quickly by your provider.

New Patients

We are currently accepting new patients! Just call our patient scheduling team at 202-469-4699 to get started.

Update on Services

UPDATE October 26: WIC appointments will continue to be done remotely via Telehealth for your safety. Please do not come in person unless you have been instructed to do so by our staff.

If we determine you need to come in person, we will give you a set time. Please keep your appointment time. Anyone more than 15 minutes late may be asked to reschedule. 

Your safety is our top priority. We appreciate your help in maintaining social distance by keeping appointments spaced out. 

You will receive your WIC checks in the mail.

Please call us if your address or phone number has changed. 

There is no need to come into the clinic to pick them up.

No walk-ins will be accepted to maintain social distance. 

However, walk-ins may be permitted on a case-by-case basis only. Please call your WIC clinic before attempting to walk in. 

Even if you have another appointment in the building, please give your WIC clinic a call before attempting to walk in.


Anacostia is closed, but WIC staff are available to assist you remotely. Please call the Anacostia number for service. 

Please note that Unity WIC sites are closed on the first Tuesday of every month. 

We appreciate your help in keeping everyone safe! 

Las citas de WIC se seguirán haciendo de forma remota a través de Telehealth para su seguridad. Por favor, no venga en persona a menos que nuestro personal le haya indicado que lo haga.

Si determinamos que necesita venir en persona, le daremos un horario fijo. Mantenga el horario de su cita. Cualquier persona con más de 15 minutos de retraso se le reprograma otra cita.

Tu seguridad es nuestra mayor prioridad. Agradecemos su ayuda para mantener la distancia social manteniendo las citas esparcidas.

Recibirá sus cheques de WIC por correo.

Llámenos si su dirección o número de teléfono ha cambiado.

No es necesario venir a la clínica a recogerlos.

No se aceptarán visitas sin cita para mantener la distancia social.

Sin embargo, las visitas sin cita previa pueden estar permitidas solo caso por caso. Llame a su clínica de WIC antes de venir.

Incluso si tiene otra cita en el edificio, llame a su clínica de WIC antes de venir.


Anacostia está cerrada, pero el personal de WIC está disponible para ayudarlo de forma remota. Llame al número de Anacostia para obtener servicio.

Tenga en cuenta que los sitios de WIC de Unity están cerrados el primer martes de cada mes.

¡Agradecemos su ayuda para mantener a todos a salvo!

Please call us if your address or phone number has changed. 

Please note that Unity WIC sites are closed on the first Tuesday of every month. 

To stay up to date on closures and services, visit dcwic.org/covid-19

If you are a WIC participant and are having trouble finding WIC foods or formula in the stores, make sure to first contact the store manager to request the items. You can also call 202-442-9397 or email info.vendor@dc.gov to report shortages.      

Enrolled in Produce Rx? Click here to learn how to get your vouchers.

The following services have been suspended until further notice:

  • Procedure clinic
  • OMT clinic
  • Group visits

Manage Your Care Online

We’ve made it easy to connect with your provider and manage your care through the Patient Portal. The Patient Portal is a safe and confidential online tool to help you communicate with your provider and access your health records from the comfort and privacy of your home or mobile device 24/7.

Use the Patient Portal to:

  • Request, reschedule, and cancel an appointment
  • Get lab results
  • Ask questions and send a message to your provider and care team
  • Request medication refills
  • Review medical record and request referrals
  • View your account balance and pay your bill
  • Update your personal information
  • Receive documents and letters
  • View your personal health history and print a copy
  • And so much more!

Signing up for the Patient Portal is easy using the free Healow app! It is available for download from the Apple Store or Google Play. Be sure to enter our practice code – ICAFAA, when you login. Ask the patient registration clerk at any Unity location for more information.

To Protect Yourself and Others from the Spread of Germs:

  • Wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose.

  • Wash your hands with soap and water often and at least for 20 seconds.
  • If you don't have access to water, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve, not your hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

  • Practice social distancing by standing at least six feet away from other people.

  • If and when possible, stay and work at home and only leave to get essential items.

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