Absolutely love Dr. Mina Scott. I came here one [time] and ended up making this my permanent doctor's office because [she is] very compassionate and genuinely cares about her patients.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the closure of Generations Family Practice.
Our final day of patient care will be: 12/22/2017.
It has been a great pleasure providing for the health care needs of our community over the last 19 years. This has been an extremely difficult decision to make. Unfortunately, with the current turmoil in Primary Care and
healthcare overall, we find ourselves unable to continue operations.
We have greatly valued our relationships with you and our community, and we thank you for your loyalty over the years.
Please see the “News & Announcements” post for more details. An e-mail message has been sent, and a portal notice will follow later this week.
Patient Care Hours
Office Hours through 12/22/2017.
Mon. 7:00 am – 4:30 pm
Tues. 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wed. 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thur. 7:15 am – 4:15 pm
Fri. 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Upcoming Saturday Clinics
- Nov: 4th & 18th
- Dec: 2nd
Mon.: 7:30am – 4:00pm
Tues.: 7:30am – 3:30pm
Wed.: 7:30 am – 5:00pm
Thur.: 7:30 am – 3:30pm
Fri. : 7:30am – 3:30pm
Answering Services & Nurse Triage Lines are available after hours.
The office will be closed for the
Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday & Friday 11/23 & 11/24.
Making an Appointment
To schedule a medical appointment, click “make an appointment” above, or
Dial (703) 464 – 0686 and select option 2.
Automated text message appointment reminders are available by texting GFP to #622622.
Visit Types & General Availability
Sick Visits/Urgent Follow-Up:
Same Day or Next Day*
0 – 3 Days for scheduling
0 – 3 Days for scheduling
Physical Exam Visits:
1 – 21 Days for scheduling
If you have specific schedule/provider requirements, same/next day availability may be limited.
See provider profiles for individual patient care schedules.
At GFP, we are committed to giving you the attention you deserve, but recognize the increasing demands on your schedule.
In our efforts to provide focused, high quality care with minimal, non-emergent delays, we have developed the following policies aimed at keeping you on time & healthy! We appreciate your cooperation & understanding.
Provider time for each visit is assigned based on the reasons given to our team when you book your appointment.
If you have concerns in addition to those noted at the time of scheduling, your provider will do their best to accommodate your needs, but may need to create a follow up plan if the time scheduled is insufficient to fully address your concerns.
In our efforts to maintain timely service to all, patients who arrive 5 min. may require rescheduling.
If you are running late: We encourage you to call as soon as possible at (703) 464-0686 so we may better accommodate the delay.
Cancellation w/o Notice
24 hour advance notice is required to cancel appointments without incurring a fee of up to $100.
Habitual no shows or last minute cancellations may lead to discharge from practice to prevent continued adverse impact on availability for our other patients.
Please have your pharmacy send an electronic refill request or send a fax request to us at (703) 464-0698.
Eligible* refill requests are handled within 1 – 2 business days.
*Refills which require follow up care or insurance pre-authorization may take longer.
All medications require condition specific care to ensure continued safety & efficacy. Scripts are typically written to for the follow up period. When picking up the last refill on a script, we recommend calling to schedule a follow up to ensure convenient scheduling options.
To remain compliant with state and federal regulations for prescription oversight, if you haven’t been evaluated for the condition being treated, even if you have been seen for another condition, your provider may ask to see you before the script can be refilled. We regret that these regulations can be onerous.
For stable chronic conditions we recommend an annual physical exam to help maintain current health records, and up to date lab status.
For life-threatening emergencies, call “911” or proceed to the nearest emergency department.