Proud to offer a variety of primary care and infectious disease services in Washington, D.C.


Primary Care

Our primary care services focus on optimizing your long-term health and wellbeing.


Infectious Diseases Care

We provide testing and treatment for patients with suspected infectious diseases, including HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and tuberculosis.


Preventative Care

Our talented team of physicians can engage you in a discussion of behavioral risks and help you strategize ways to prevent infectious diseases.

On-Site Phlebotomy

Through our partnership with LabCorp, we are pleased to offer on-site phlebotomy services for your convenience.

Injectable Prep for HIV

Injectable Prep for HIV

At Washington Health Institute in Washington, D.C., we believe that the best defense against HIV is prevention. We are pleased to offer Apretude Injectable PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), an FDA-approved series of injections that reduces patients’ risk of contracting HIV.

Womens Services

Women’s Health Services

At Washington Health Institute, we believe that healthy women equal healthy communities. We recommend that all women receive a thorough gynecological exam once a year. The gynecological exam is aimed at overall wellness and preventative care, which is vital for women’s sexual, breast and reproductive health.

Weight Management

Weight Management

Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight contributes to good overall health. People who carry excess weight are at a much higher risk for serious health conditions. Washington Health Institute offers body weight management services to help you make the lifestyle choices you need to lose weight.

Behavioral Health

Washington Health Institute is pleased to offer behavioral health services for people experiencing depression, anxiety, COVID-19 related stress, difficulty coping with chronic health conditions or other life challenges. An income-based sliding fee scale is also available for individuals who qualify.

Viral Hepatitis

Viral Hepatitis

Viral hepatitis is an umbrella term for a group of viruses that cause infection, inflammation and damage to the liver. While treatment for viral hepatitis depends on the type and severity of the infection, our providers at Washington Health Institute specialize in treating hepatitis A, B and C, can develop a customized treatment plan to meet your specific needs.



Monkeypox is a virally transmitted disease that is part of the variola virus family, the same virus family as smallpox. Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared monkeypox a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC), and cases are on the rise in Washington, D.C.

Ryan White Holistic Care Program

Engage with an on-site social worker who will provide a comprehensive psychosocial assessment and work with you to create a unique treatment plan to enhance your health and wellbeing.

COVID-19 Testing

We are proud to offer three types of COVID-19 testing in the Washington, D.C. area, including viral and antibody tests.



Telemedicine uses the most up-to-date technology to bring quality medical care to you wherever you are.

5 Star Reviews From Real Patients

“I have received care all over during my fifty years of life and the team at Washington Health Institute is the first place I have felt cared for. They are treating all of me, my physical and mental health through behavioral health therapy, HIV/AIDS management and as my primary care provider. The team goes above and beyond to ensure I am getting all my benefits and that I am able to afford the best care. For the first time in over twenty years, I feel like I could live forever.”

“I am eligible for the Ryan White Holistic Care Program but until I came to Washington Health Institute, no one had ever told me about the program. The team has helped me receive reduced-cost medicine as well as help finding reliable and affordable transportation to my appointments. They also referred me to the right people to help me with housing. I thank this so much for their help. I have recommended them to everyone I know.”