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About Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care


Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care in Manassas, Virginia, provides quality treatment and on-site lab and diagnostic testing for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries. 

When your child requires immediate attention for common illnesses and injuries like the flu, strep throat, or cuts and sprains, we offer quality care without the long wait for an appointment with the child’s primary care pediatrician or a trip to the emergency room.

The average appointment time at Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care is about an hour depending on the case, and you don’t need to make and wait for an appointment. Patients are seen on a walk-in basis seven days a week, 365 days a year for your convenience.

If you’re not sure if your child should see a doctor right away or if you’re having trouble making it to an in-person visit, Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care offers telemedicine and virtual appointments through AnyTime Pediatrics. 

Simply download the app and schedule your child’s consultation from the comfort of your own home for common ailments like the flu, allergies, and pink eye.


 

Our Mission is to provide acute and urgent services in a compassionate family centered environment from birth to 21 years of age.

 


Walk-In Clinic, Reserving a Spot is Optional

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  • Why Urgent Care?

     

    Urgent care is immediate medical attention for a variety of non-life-threatening conditions and other general medical needs that arise in unforeseen situations.

    Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care is the perfect option when you need care on short notice and don't want to deal with ER wait times and costs. Our Urgent care center is staffed by nurses and doctors who treat serious but non-life threatening conditions.

    Urgent Care Center treats illnesses, infections, minor fractures, sprains, joint pains, fever, cold, flu, minor cuts, minor burns, vomiting, stomach pains, urinary tract infections (UTIs) and other common illnesses.

    Average visit time: < 1 hour (usually under 30 mins)

    Why Emergency Care?

     

    An emergency condition is a life-threatening condition that may require advanced treatment, such as a heart attack or stroke, a serious head injury, or other severe trauma.

    If you have a life-threatening injury or illness, immediately call 911 or proceed to your nearest Emergency Room.

    ER treats head injuries, severe broken bones, seizure, loss of consciousness, uncontrolled bleeding, sudden numbness, weakness or other life-threatening conditions.

    Average visit time: > 3 hours
    Average cost: $2,259 (provided by Cigna)

  • Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care has a lab drawing station and X-ray services with a radiologist available for on-site lab readings. This streamlines the process of obtaining test results and X-Rays to provide better diagnosis and treatment plans.


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COMMONLY ACCEPTED INSURANCES


Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care accepts the following insurances and are out of network with: United Healthcare, Magellan, In Total Health, and Aetna Better Health.

Please feel free to call our office with any questions you may have and a friendly member of our staff will be happy to help.


Aetna
Anthem Healthkeeper
CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
Humana
Medicaid
Multiplan
Tricare
USA MCO

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Location
Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care
11700 Sudley Manor Drive
Manassas, VA 20109
Phone: 703-214-6544
Fax: 703-589-9699
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