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Welcome to Fairfax Convenient Care

Your Primary Care, Internal Medicine and Chiropractic Providers


About Fairfax Convenient Care

Fairfax Convenient Care is conveniently located and easy to access with plenty of parking available—we are a walk-in care center in the Fairfax vicinity. We are handicap accessible and have a lab on the premises to provide you with quick turnaround times for prescription refills.

Fairfax Convenient Care has been proudly serving Northem Virginia and Fairfax area since 2004, and our team of physicians have more than 25 years of experience in the medical field. We offer a very friendly, warm, small-town environment for you to enjoy top-quality medical attention. Our team makes it a mission to get to know all of our patients because we care about your health and your happiness. If you are currently looking for a new doctor, we are happy to provide you with the primary care you need.

Dr. Ray Shabti
Fairfax Convenient Care | 703-849-0900

8301 Arlington Blvd, Suite 100
Fairfax, VA 22031

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Meet the Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Raafat (Ray) Shabti
    MD, MPH

    Dr. Shabti is a Board Certified Internist with extensive experience in Internal medicine, Emergency medicine and Hospital medicine. He is also a clinical assistant professor of medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center, and he enjoys teaching Georgetown medical students at his office.

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  • Sama Atallah

    Dr. Atallah is a board-certified internist who has joined our practice in 2018. She moved to Virginia in 2012 to join the Internal Medicine residency program at the Georgetown University Hospital/Washington Hospital Center.

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  • Dr.

    Dr. Armstrong is a Chiropractic physician licensed by the Virginia State Board of Medicine. He has been practicing since 2003.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "No doctor or medical staff cares about their patients like Dr. Shabti. On time, professional and so compassionate — I will be a patient for life."
    Leigh B.

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Fairfax Office


9:00 am-6:00 pm


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