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Recent News

Arlington Pediatric Center (APC) featured in video
The Northern Virginia Health Foundation (NVHF) recognizes the important work APC does every day, awarding APC with a 80,000 grant this year. APC is featured in NVHF’s video 2012 annual report, highlighting APC’s work. A special thanks to NVHF for its ongoing support of APC.

New Leadership Circle Special Women’s Initiative Supports Arlington Pediatric Center | The Women’s Initiative provides annual, sustained support for programs that impact women and children including Arlington Pediatric Center. Contact Kelly Ferris (703.717.4439) to learn more.

"Every child deserves quality medical care"

Mission & Vision

APC’s mission is to provide a Medical Home offering family-centered care in a culturally-sensitive environment for children birth through 18 years of age, living in Arlington County with family incomes below the Federal Poverty Level. Located in a convenient, accessible location in South Arlington, APC features a full-time staff including: pediatricians, nurses, care coordinators, case managers and a social worker.

Patients are seen by appointment 6 days per week and physicians are available on-call 24/7.

Why Give

The long term impact of any health care intervention – or lack thereof – is greatest during childhood and adolescence. The provision of quality health care is increasingly more expensive.

APC’s annual budget of $2 million with only a portion funded by reimbursements. The remainder of the budget must be covered by contributions. The cost is great, but the positive outcomes are far greater.

Proud Member of United Way

Season of Giving

The Gift of Health

During the season of giving, give the gift of health to a child in need.

Through the generous support of our community, APC provides high quality, compassionate medical care to more than 3,500 children in need living in Arlington each year.

Support from our community makes our mission possible.

Thank you for giving the gift of health this holiday season.