Our administration office at 10777 Main Street in Fairfax is open during regular business hours 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Clinic services are not offered at this location.
Neighborhood Health and HealthWorks for Northern Virginia are federally qualified health centers that provide primary medical, dental and behavioral health services to low-income individuals and families. People with Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance are also welcome. You can contact a location near you to make an appointment.
HealthWorks (North County/Reston): 703-689-2180
HealthWorks (Herndon): 703-481-8160
Neighborhood Health (Merrifield): 703-237-3446
Neighborhood Health (South County/Alexandria): 703-704-5333
You can also contact Coordinated Services Planning (CSP). CSP provides information and referrals to other community health care facilities (703) 222-0880.
Please contact your Health Insurance Provider regarding service coverage. The Health Department is considered an out of network provider, with the exception of the flu vaccine for Medicare recipients.
Immunization and Vaccination Services
If you received immunizations from the Fairfax County Health Department, please contact your District Office to get a copy of your record. Fees may apply.
For immunizations received outside of the Fairfax County Health Department, please contact the provider who administered the vaccine. You can also check online with the Virginia Immunization Information System for COVID-19, mpox, and other immunization records. If you cannot locate your COVID-19 vaccination record through the portal, please call 877-VAX-IN-VA (877-829-4682), Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET.
Please contact your District Office and administrative personnel can search our database to see if you have any documented vaccines given by the Fairfax County Health Department at 703-246-7100.
You can also check online with the Virginia Immunization Information System for COVID-19, mpox, and other immunization records. If you cannot locate your COVID-19 vaccination record through the portal, please call 877-VAX-IN-VA (877-829-4682), Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET.
If you received immunizations from the Fairfax County Health Department, please contact your District Office to obtain a copy of your record or make an appointment to discuss your child’s immunization status with a Public Health Nurse. Fees may apply.
Please speak with your health care provider about obtaining your child's immunization record.
A single primary dose of yellow fever vaccine provides long-lasting protection and is adequate for most travelers. An additional dose of yellow fever vaccine is recommended for certain travelers. Please call the Joseph Willard Health Center to ask if a booster is needed in your case.
Fairfax County Health Department District Offices provide clients a yellow travel booklet at the time they receive their vaccines. Travel booklets can only be provided if you receive your vaccines at a Health Department District Office.
Limited Shingles vaccine is available through the Health Department for adults who meet specific income and medical criteria. For more information contact your Fairfax County Health Department District Office at 703-246-7100.
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Services
Currently the Fairfax County Health Department does not have online appointment scheduling. Please call a District Office to schedule an appointment at 703-246-7100.
Testing for specific STIs is determined during a scheduled clinic visit. Please visit Fairfax County Health Department's STI page for more information.
The cost of the exam and testing is based on the services received. This is determined at the time of your scheduled appointment.
Services are also provided on a sliding fee scale so charges will be based on income.
Clients are given a phone number, date and time to call back after clinic to get their test results. If our clinic receives a positive test result for a client before the designated “call-back” time we will call the client directly.
Tuberculosis (TB) Services
The Health Department uses a blood test called the QuantiFERON® TB test (QFT) for everyone ages 2 years and older. The cost is $49.50; however, in most cases there is no charge if the test is for kindergarten through grade 12 school entry. The QFT requires a single visit to a Health Department clinic.
Please contact your local Fairfax County Health Department District Office to ask about the current fee and to schedule an appointment for this service at 703-246-7100.
Please contact your local Fairfax County Health Department District Office to schedule an appointment for this service. Please bring any documents your employer has given you. Fees may apply. A certificate will be given to you at the completion of a risk screen and/or a QuantiFERON® TB test (QFT) at 703-246-7100.
Mental Health Services
The Community Services Board (CSB) offers counseling, medication, crisis response and other services for people of all ages with mental health conditions.
CSB Mental Health Intake: 703-559-3000
CSB Emergency Mental Health Services 24/7: 703-573-5679