The Iyer Clinic - Herndon / Aldie-South Riding

The Iyer Clinic - Herndon / Aldie-South Riding The Iyer Clinic is a fully equipped health-care clinic delivering Adult Primary care, community preventive health and COVID Testing & treatment services.
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With state-of-the-art equipment and expert staff, the clinic is equipped to meet most medical needs. The Iyer Clinic is a full service Primary Care Clinic & COVID-19 Testing and Treatment center that has been serving the communities of Reston, Herndon, Sterling, Ashburn, Chantilly, South Riding and Broadlands since 1997. Founded by Dr. Ravi Iyer in 1997 the clinic and its team of talented and dedi

With state-of-the-art equipment and expert staff, the clinic is equipped to meet most medical needs. The Iyer Clinic is a full service Primary Care Clinic & COVID-19 Testing and Treatment center that has been serving the communities of Reston, Herndon, Sterling, Ashburn, Chantilly, South Riding and Broadlands since 1997. Founded by Dr. Ravi Iyer in 1997 the clinic and its team of talented and dedi

Operating as usual

05/27/2021

We have 2 Pfizer vaccine doses that will go waste and be discarded if not administered by 4pm today.... spread the word. Save a life!
Call 703-404-5900

05/27/2021

We have 2 Pfizer vaccine doses that will go waste and be discarded if not administered by 4pm today.... spread the word. Save a life!

COVID VACCINE LINE: 703-404-5900ATTENTION: Effective May 25th The Iyer Clinic will have 54 doses of the Pfizer/BioNtech ...
05/14/2021

COVID VACCINE LINE: 703-404-5900
ATTENTION: Effective May 25th The Iyer Clinic will have 54 doses of the Pfizer/BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine for administration to registered patients and other individuals on a appointment basis.

The Pfizer vaccine is approved for all ages 12 years and older. In addition, if you have had your 1st Pfizer shot and are 17days or more on or after May 25th then you can be given the 2nd shot at the Iyer Clinic so you may register accordingly.

We will be announcing availability of additional doses as and when we receive them from the Health Dept.
Please begin calling the appointment line at 703-404-5900 (Mon-Fri from 8am to 4:30 pm) to book your vaccine shot

COVID VACCINE LINE: 703-404-5900
ATTENTION: Effective May 25th The Iyer Clinic will have 54 doses of the Pfizer/BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine for administration to registered patients and other individuals on a appointment basis.

The Pfizer vaccine is approved for all ages 12 years and older. In addition, if you have had your 1st Pfizer shot and are 17days or more on or after May 25th then you can be given the 2nd shot at the Iyer Clinic so you may register accordingly.

We will be announcing availability of additional doses as and when we receive them from the Health Dept.
Please begin calling the appointment line at 703-404-5900 (Mon-Fri from 8am to 4:30 pm) to book your vaccine shot

05/03/2021

We have received notification from Fairfax County Health Dept. and Virginia Dept of Health that they will be releasing vaccine to our clinic for administration to all eligible people (1a/1b/1c) in our local community. The vaccines will be administered from our Herndon clinic and will be available through appointment. Please do not call at this time. We expect this process of receiving and preparing the process to take all of this week and the next.
We will announce the availability on this page and through community contacts
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From its very inception in 1997, The Iyer Clinic has been at the forefront of Primary Care and Community Medicine in Nor...
04/12/2021

From its very inception in 1997, The Iyer Clinic has been at the forefront of Primary Care and Community Medicine in Northern Virginia. From the 6-in-6 program that brings Diabetic patients into control within 6 months, to the first community center run for Covid testing and treatment in 2020 in Northern Virginia we have focused on delivering unparalleled access and service to all Northern Virginia.
Now continuing its focus on direct management of musculoskeletal injury with a combination of patented Muscle rubs we now include Low Level Laser (also known as Cold Laser) to the management of musculoskeletal and soft tissue injuries such as shoulder, elbow, low back, knee and ankle injuries. These treatments are included directly as part of the patients routine illness visit and can be incorporated into a weekly program. The clinical data has shown impressive resolution of symptoms and speedy return to functionality. Ask us if Cold Laser would be of benefit for you.

From its very inception in 1997, The Iyer Clinic has been at the forefront of Primary Care and Community Medicine in Northern Virginia. From the 6-in-6 program that brings Diabetic patients into control within 6 months, to the first community center run for Covid testing and treatment in 2020 in Northern Virginia we have focused on delivering unparalleled access and service to all Northern Virginia.
Now continuing its focus on direct management of musculoskeletal injury with a combination of patented Muscle rubs we now include Low Level Laser (also known as Cold Laser) to the management of musculoskeletal and soft tissue injuries such as shoulder, elbow, low back, knee and ankle injuries. These treatments are included directly as part of the patients routine illness visit and can be incorporated into a weekly program. The clinical data has shown impressive resolution of symptoms and speedy return to functionality. Ask us if Cold Laser would be of benefit for you.

Power Your Possible!
01/28/2021

Power Your Possible!

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What if You Got Your Youth in a Bottle?

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Listen to some of them:

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Cheryl Rudis Mathis: On the IRxZeus Total wellness supplement. I got my Zeus supplement last Thursday. I can already tell a difference. I actually was able to walk the back side of our property which is very steep. I haven't been able to do that in about 9 months because of knee and back pain. I can't wait to see what happens in a couple of weeks.
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The criteria for Covid vaccination eligibility has expanded in Virginia. Covid vaccination is now available to all indiv...
01/18/2021
How to Sign Up for COVID-19 Vaccine | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website

The criteria for Covid vaccination eligibility has expanded in Virginia.
Covid vaccination is now available to all individuals 65 and older irrespective of health conditions AND all individuals between 16-64 with health conditions like Diabetes; Cardiac conditions; Autoimmune conditions; cancer survivors; on chemotherapy etc.
In Fairfax County: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/novel-coronavirus/vaccine/registration

In Loudoun County: https://www.loudoun.gov/5493/How-to-Sign-Up-for-COVID-19-Vaccine

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01/13/2021

The purpose of a healthcare worker is to serve and enhance the protection of the health of the community where he works. There is no other reason for his existence.
The only reason to offer a scarce resource like the Covid vaccine to healthcare workers first is so that they may return this privilege by serving as vaccinators of the community where they exist.

URGENT COVID VACCINE UPDATE from Virginia Dept of Health (VDH):When Can I Get Vaccinated (and where)?https://vdh.jebbit....
01/11/2021
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URGENT COVID VACCINE UPDATE from Virginia Dept of Health (VDH):
When Can I Get Vaccinated (and where)?

https://vdh.jebbit.com/amkwk6m1?L=Owned+Web&JC=Vaccine

Steps:
1) Click Start
2) Choose Locality (County)
3) If you don't live in a Nursing home etc... then choose None Of The Above
4) Choose the Essential service category you belong to... If you are providing high contact human services of an essential nature that is not listed then choose Human Service Provider
5) Fill in details of Name/Email/Cell phone (text messages)
SUBMIT

You will be sent details of how to schedule your vaccination

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01/11/2021

Vaccination update: Soreness body pain and mild flu like symptoms after 2nd and final Pfizer vaccine shot....I took 3 Ibuprofen and an extra dose of Zeus supplement and all was fine.

If I were to be truly logical .... then immunizing healthcare workers first does not in anyway reduce the number of people getting hospitalized. It does not reduce our burden. In addition the actual frequency of disease transmission between healthcare workers is very low because of high degree of knowledge, awareness and use of PPE in a proper manner. So the only reason for putting healthcare workers first in line is not because we were on the frontline before the vaccine.... it is because it is now that healthcare workers really need to be on the frontline of getting their communities immunized.... that is why they need to be immunized first. This vaccination has been opened in Fairfax, Arlington and Loudoun counties to category 1b effective Jan 11... ems police, firefighters postal workers, pharmacists, grocery store workers, bank tellers, restaurant workers....everyone in a high contact work environment....

But this needs the vaccine supply as well as the vaccine administration chain to be robust.... so the only value of vaccinating healthcare workers so that they may return this protection by committing themselves to helping their community get immunized ....

We are following the guidance of VDH and will keep you updated when vaccination is available at our clinic

COVID VACCINE UPDATE FOR THE NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY:BEGINNING JAN. 11Select Virginia Health Districts begin Phase 1...
01/11/2021

COVID VACCINE UPDATE FOR THE NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY:
BEGINNING JAN. 11

Select Virginia Health Districts begin Phase 1b from Jan 11: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/news/2021-news-releases/select-virginia-health-districts-to-begin-covid-19-phase-1b-vaccinations-monday-january-11th/
The following health districts will begin Phase 1b vaccinations the week of January 11th:

Alexandria
Arlington
Cumberland Plateau
Fairfax
Lenowisco
Lord Fairfax
Loudoun
Mount Rogers
New River
Prince William
Roanoke City/Alleghany

VDH COVID-19 Vaccine Phase 1b In Depth
While the supply is limited, COVID-19 vaccine will be provided to specific groups of people over a number of phases. Virginia guidance was adapted from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations that aim to (1) decrease COVID-19 deaths and serious disease, (2) preserve functioning of society, and (3) reduce the extra burden COVID-19 is having on people already facing disparities.

Virginia’s Phase 1b: Vaccinate Frontline Essential Workers, Persons Aged 75 years and Older, and People Living in Correctional Facilities, Homeless Shelters and Migrant Labor Camps
Frontline Essential Workers
Definition of Other Essential Workers

Workers who are in sectors essential to the functioning of society, are at substantially higher risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2, and cannot work remotely. Frontline Essential Workers include:

Police, Fire, and Hazmat
Corrections and homeless shelter workers
Childcare/PreK-12 Teachers/Staff
Food and Agriculture (including Veterinarians)
Manufacturing
Grocery store workers
Public transit workers
Mail carriers (USPS and private)
Officials needed to maintain continuity of government (includes judges and public facing judicial workers)

For definitions of the occupational groups of the frontline essential workers listed above, see pages 9-16 of Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce: Ensuring Community and National Resilience in COVID-19 Response.

Frontline Essential Workers by Order of Vaccination Planning

Because there is not sufficient supply at this time to vaccinate everyone in Phase 1b at the same time, local health districts will reach out to engage the Frontline Essential Worker groups in vaccination planning in the following order:

Police, Fire, and Hazmat
Corrections and homeless shelter workers
Childcare/PreK-12 Teachers/Staff
Food and Agriculture (including Veterinarians)
Manufacturing
Grocery store workers
Public transit workers
Mail carriers (USPS and private)
Officials needed to maintain continuity of government
Overlap of vaccination of groups is expected to ensure people in Phase 1b are vaccinated as quickly and efficiently as possible. Opportunities to vaccinate Frontline Essential Workers should not be missed.

How Frontline Essential Workers Can Access Vaccination

Local health departments, pharmacies, healthcare systems, and employer-based occupational health units are working collaboratively to vaccinate frontline essential workers. Frontline essential workers may be most likely to receive the vaccine through employer-based vaccination clinics. Others will get it through their local health department or through arrangements with pharmacies and healthcare providers. Information will be coming out from local health departments, employers, and healthcare providers about how and when you can receive your COVID-19 vaccine. The ability to schedule appointments will depend on the supply of vaccine available.

Persons Aged 75 years and Older
The risk for severe illness with COVID-19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. Severe illness means that a person with COVID-19 may require hospitalization, intensive care, or a ventilator to help them breathe, or they may even die. The goal of vaccinating this population is to decrease the burden of disease and death caused by COVID-19.

How Persons Aged 75 years and Older Can Access Vaccination

Many of the people who are included in Phase 1b because of their age will be offered the vaccine through their healthcare provider. Others in this category will be able to access vaccination through their local health department or through arrangements with healthcare systems and pharmacies.

People Living in Correctional Facilities, Homeless Shelters, and Migrant Labor Camps
People living in correctional and detention facilities are at greater risk for COVID-19 because of close living arrangements with other people. People living in homeless shelters are at increased risk because homeless services are often provided in congregate settings, which could facilitate the spread of infection. Because many people who are homeless are older adults or have underlying medical conditions, they may also be at increased risk for severe illness. Individuals in migrant labor camps may experience living arrangements or working conditions that put them at greater risk of getting COVID-19. Some migrant workers also have limited access to health care, as well as certain underlying medical conditions that put them at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19, compared to the rest of the U.S. population.

How Persons Living in Correctional Facilities, Homeless Shelters, and Migrant Labor Camps Can Access Vaccination

The Department of Corrections, local and regional jails, local and regional jails, and their occupational health programs will vaccinate staff and persons living in correctional facilities, with local health department assistance as needed. Those living in homeless shelters and migrant labor camps will receive the vaccine through their local health department or through arrangements with healthcare systems and pharmacies.

Loudoun County & Fairfax County Covid Vaccine info. The COVID vaccination line for FairFax County is: 703-324-7404. BE prepared to spend about 45min-to-1 hr to get registered. The best way is to keep hanging up and hitting redial on a speaker phone....when you get the initial unavailable message... after about 20-30 such redials you will get to another different voice mail.... remain on line until you get a live person... that person will take your details and then triage you to another line.... another lengthy wait with messages... until you get to the final person who will actually schedule you..... ALSO THEY WILL ONLY SCHEDULE ONE PERSON PER CALL.... the next person will have to spend the next 1 hr on the same process.....

For loudoun county... email Tara Blackley at: [email protected]

COVID VACCINE UPDATE FOR THE NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY:
BEGINNING JAN. 11

Select Virginia Health Districts begin Phase 1b from Jan 11: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/news/2021-news-releases/select-virginia-health-districts-to-begin-covid-19-phase-1b-vaccinations-monday-january-11th/
The following health districts will begin Phase 1b vaccinations the week of January 11th:

Alexandria
Arlington
Cumberland Plateau
Fairfax
Lenowisco
Lord Fairfax
Loudoun
Mount Rogers
New River
Prince William
Roanoke City/Alleghany

VDH COVID-19 Vaccine Phase 1b In Depth
While the supply is limited, COVID-19 vaccine will be provided to specific groups of people over a number of phases. Virginia guidance was adapted from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations that aim to (1) decrease COVID-19 deaths and serious disease, (2) preserve functioning of society, and (3) reduce the extra burden COVID-19 is having on people already facing disparities.

Virginia’s Phase 1b: Vaccinate Frontline Essential Workers, Persons Aged 75 years and Older, and People Living in Correctional Facilities, Homeless Shelters and Migrant Labor Camps
Frontline Essential Workers
Definition of Other Essential Workers

Workers who are in sectors essential to the functioning of society, are at substantially higher risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2, and cannot work remotely. Frontline Essential Workers include:

Police, Fire, and Hazmat
Corrections and homeless shelter workers
Childcare/PreK-12 Teachers/Staff
Food and Agriculture (including Veterinarians)
Manufacturing
Grocery store workers
Public transit workers
Mail carriers (USPS and private)
Officials needed to maintain continuity of government (includes judges and public facing judicial workers)

For definitions of the occupational groups of the frontline essential workers listed above, see pages 9-16 of Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce: Ensuring Community and National Resilience in COVID-19 Response.

Frontline Essential Workers by Order of Vaccination Planning

Because there is not sufficient supply at this time to vaccinate everyone in Phase 1b at the same time, local health districts will reach out to engage the Frontline Essential Worker groups in vaccination planning in the following order:

Police, Fire, and Hazmat
Corrections and homeless shelter workers
Childcare/PreK-12 Teachers/Staff
Food and Agriculture (including Veterinarians)
Manufacturing
Grocery store workers
Public transit workers
Mail carriers (USPS and private)
Officials needed to maintain continuity of government
Overlap of vaccination of groups is expected to ensure people in Phase 1b are vaccinated as quickly and efficiently as possible. Opportunities to vaccinate Frontline Essential Workers should not be missed.

How Frontline Essential Workers Can Access Vaccination

Local health departments, pharmacies, healthcare systems, and employer-based occupational health units are working collaboratively to vaccinate frontline essential workers. Frontline essential workers may be most likely to receive the vaccine through employer-based vaccination clinics. Others will get it through their local health department or through arrangements with pharmacies and healthcare providers. Information will be coming out from local health departments, employers, and healthcare providers about how and when you can receive your COVID-19 vaccine. The ability to schedule appointments will depend on the supply of vaccine available.

Persons Aged 75 years and Older
The risk for severe illness with COVID-19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. Severe illness means that a person with COVID-19 may require hospitalization, intensive care, or a ventilator to help them breathe, or they may even die. The goal of vaccinating this population is to decrease the burden of disease and death caused by COVID-19.

How Persons Aged 75 years and Older Can Access Vaccination

Many of the people who are included in Phase 1b because of their age will be offered the vaccine through their healthcare provider. Others in this category will be able to access vaccination through their local health department or through arrangements with healthcare systems and pharmacies.

People Living in Correctional Facilities, Homeless Shelters, and Migrant Labor Camps
People living in correctional and detention facilities are at greater risk for COVID-19 because of close living arrangements with other people. People living in homeless shelters are at increased risk because homeless services are often provided in congregate settings, which could facilitate the spread of infection. Because many people who are homeless are older adults or have underlying medical conditions, they may also be at increased risk for severe illness. Individuals in migrant labor camps may experience living arrangements or working conditions that put them at greater risk of getting COVID-19. Some migrant workers also have limited access to health care, as well as certain underlying medical conditions that put them at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19, compared to the rest of the U.S. population.

How Persons Living in Correctional Facilities, Homeless Shelters, and Migrant Labor Camps Can Access Vaccination

The Department of Corrections, local and regional jails, local and regional jails, and their occupational health programs will vaccinate staff and persons living in correctional facilities, with local health department assistance as needed. Those living in homeless shelters and migrant labor camps will receive the vaccine through their local health department or through arrangements with healthcare systems and pharmacies.

Loudoun County & Fairfax County Covid Vaccine info. The COVID vaccination line for FairFax County is: 703-324-7404. BE prepared to spend about 45min-to-1 hr to get registered. The best way is to keep hanging up and hitting redial on a speaker phone....when you get the initial unavailable message... after about 20-30 such redials you will get to another different voice mail.... remain on line until you get a live person... that person will take your details and then triage you to another line.... another lengthy wait with messages... until you get to the final person who will actually schedule you..... ALSO THEY WILL ONLY SCHEDULE ONE PERSON PER CALL.... the next person will have to spend the next 1 hr on the same process.....

For loudoun county... email Tara Blackley at: [email protected]

Address

13505 Dulles Technology Dr, Ste 1A
Herndon, VA
20171

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4:45pm
Tuesday 8am - 4:45pm
Wednesday 8am - 4:45pm
Thursday 8am - 4:45pm
Friday 8am - 4:45pm

Telephone

(703) 404-5900

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