Other Kaiser Permanente facilities

Medical centers

Kaiser Permanente medical centers are located throughout Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia. Most of our 30 facilities combine state-of-the-art technology, award-winning physicians, and a vast array of convenient services—all under one roof. In most cases, you can visit the lab, radiology, specialists, pharmacy, and your primary care physician, often in the same visit. Click to explore the medical center nearest you.


Emergency care

If you think you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, immediately call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. Do not attempt to access emergency care through this website.

Kaiser Permanente members are covered for emergency care worldwide. Notify us if you are admitted to a hospital following an emergency. You, your doctor, or another responsible person must call the Kaiser Permanente medical advice line to notify us of your admission. By notifying us of your hospitalization, you allow us to consult with the physician providing your care and coordinate further medical care, if necessary.

To call for advice:

  • 703-359-7878 or 800-777-7904 (toll free)
  • TTY for the hearing and speech impaired: 711

Urgent Care

So what should you do when it’s 2:00 a.m. and you’re really worried about your child’s cough and fever? At a time when emergency room waits can be very long (and costly), a revolution in urgent care is way past due. That’s why Kaiser Permanente has opened new, state-of-the-art Urgent Care Plus Centers, available 24 hours a day.

Our Urgent Care Centers usually treat:

  • Flu symptoms, including sore throats and coughs
  • Sprains, strains, and fractures
  • Ear aches
  • Cuts and scrapes
  • Eye or skin infections
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Urinary tract infections

The physicians who treat you at our Urgent Care Centers are Permanente doctors with access to your electronic medical record. They can view information about your medical conditions, surgeries and treatments, allergies, the medications you are taking, and more! If you’re not sure our Urgent Care is the right place, Kaiser Permanente members can also access medical advice by phone around the clock to help figure out where to go for care.

Learn more about our Urgent Care and Urgent Care PLUS Centers

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Skilled nursing facilities

For our members who require physical, occupational, or other rehabilitative therapies following an accident or illness, Kaiser Permanente has partnered with a number of skilled nursing facilities (SNF) throughout Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia that meet our high standards of care.

When you are about to be transferred from the hospital to a skilled nursing facility, your Kaiser Permanente physician is notified and your SNF health care team gets ready for your arrival. The SNF health care team is made up of a Kaiser Permanente doctor, nurse practitioner, and case manager, and they can easily share information about your condition and coordinate with any specialists, case managers, and therapists assigned to help with your recovery. Having quick and direct access to your electronic medical records means they know everything about your plan for care. It’s the same information that’s available to your primary care physician and the hospital where you’re being treated.

Our goal—just like yours—is to get you better and back in the comfort of your home as soon as possible. Because the care is so well coordinated, we have found that members who stay in our SNFs are often able to go home sooner than those who stay in other facilities.

Click here to explore Kaiser Permanente’s SNF locations to find the most comfortable and convenient SNF for your continued care needs.

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