Whitman-Walker Health to open new health care center in Washington, D.C.

Whitman-Walker Health will open a new center at 1525 14th St. NW in mid-2014. The nearly 43,0000 square-foot center will allow Whitman-Walker to expand its primary medical, mental health and dental care services, as well as allow for a larger pharmacy, according to a press release.

By Healthcare Facilities Today


Whitman-Walker Health will open a new center at 1525 14th St. NW in mid-2014. The nearly 43,0000 square-foot center will allow Whitman-Walker to expand its primary medical, mental health and dental care services, as well as allow for a larger pharmacy, according to a press release

The facility will also offer new services, including optical care, pulmonary function testing, a travel medicine clinic and acupuncture and massage therapies. 

“Whitman-Walker has nearly doubled our patient base over the past six years and we expect growth to continue as more residents access care through the new health reform law,” said Don Blanchon, executive director, in a press release. “This new facility will enable WWH to meet the health care needs of our community and provide the highest quality care in a 21st Century health care home.”   

Whitman-Walker Health is a non-profit community health organization that has been serving the greater Washington, D.C., area since 1978. The group is “especially committed to meeting the health needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community and people living with HIV/AIDS.”






January 14, 2013


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