Family Practice Clinic providing service in,

  • Berwyn Heights

  • Lanham

  • Greenbelt

  • College Park

  • Riverdale

  • Hyattsville

  • New Carrollton

  • Bowie


When you or a loved one is ill or injured, you’ll want to be able to count on getting quick, compassionate healthcare. With Allegis Healthcare, you’ll get just that and more. We can provide truly comprehensive care, and we’re open to families all throughout the PG County area and beyond. Allegis HealthCare has been a part of your community for some time now, and if you haven’t come to see us yet, then we’d love to meet you and your family! You can come see us for a quick hello or for any of your primary healthcare needs. Get in touch with us today.

Allegis HealthCare Center Family Practice?

If you’re living in the Prince George’s County Maryland area, then our Family Medicine doors are open to you. Our facility is state-of-the-art, so we are very well-equipped to treat you. Our clinic utilizes a fully integrated medical record system (EMR) that gives us the accurate access we need to patient healthcare data.

As a family practice, we are more than capable of treating you and anyone else in your family, ages 8 to 100. Our family medicine provider, Nurse Practitioner Radji, CRNP practices preventative medicine to keep you and your family well and healthy. The doctor provides comprehensive primary care at an affordable rate, and we accept most insurance plans to cover your visits with us.

What is a primary care clinic?

Primary care is a point of entry for a patient into the health care system,and as a continuing point for continued medical services for those who require long term care for their medical conditions.Primary care is designed to meet the needs of those patients who have undifferentiated problems,and the majority of patient concerns are taken care of within the primary care facility.

The goal of primary care is to provide point of entry care to patients.These care facilities are typically located within communities,which facilitates the access to health care while also maintaining a variety of specialty and institutional referrals and consultations to meet specific patient needs.The structure of a primary care facility will vary,but all are staffed with medical professionals who are ready and prepared to meet a variety of patient’s needs and concerns.

What is a primary care clinic?

A primary care clinic is a medical facility which specializes in comprehensive first contact medical care,and continuing care for those with any undiagnosed symptom,sign, or health concern (otherwise known as undifferentiated problems or patients).Primary care clinics primarily specialize in promoting health,disease prevention,the maintenance of good health,counseling,patient education,diagnosis and the treatment of both acute and chronic conditions in a variety of health care facilities.

What characterizes a primary care facility is that it promotes patient advocacy in the medical system and the coordination of health care services, while also promoting communication with patients and encouraging them to take an active role in their own health care.

Primary care clinics are day to day health care providers,acting as the first point of contact for people with the medical system and where the organization and coordination of patient care happens that might involve specialist care and referrals.Primary care facilities are typically staffed by a variety of medical professionals,including nurse practitioner or a physician’s assistant.If you have any questions about the staff of your local primary care clinic,you can always call and ask questions – whether it be about the staff make-up or whether your insurance is accepted.

A Note to Our Patients

Due to recent CoronaVirus outbreak and to ensure your safety, please call our office first or your local health dept if you have questions about Coronavirus/COVID-19 before making a visit. We do not currently offer COVID 19 testing; however, please check the CDC website for the latest update and recommendations.

What does a family practitioner do? Can adults go to a family practice doctor?

Family practitioners are trained to provide comprehensive healthcare for patients of just about any age. Adults, and seniors alike can receive full service from family practitioners. These professionals are board-certified and fully qualified doctors who are capable of diagnosing and treating any minor illness or injury, or even helping patients manage some chronic conditions. Allegis HealthCare can help with:

  • Preventative Care
  • Chronic Care Management
  • Weight Management
  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Throat Check
  • Dementia Care
  • Body Mass Index
  • Blood Sugar Check
  • Allergy Testing
  • DOT CDL Physicals
  • Employment Physicals
  • Pre-Employment Screening
  • Regular Physicals
  • School And Sports Physicals
  • Flu Test
  • Flu Vaccination
  • Covid Testing
  • Drug Screening
  • Healthy Kids Program

We look forward to meeting you and your family here at Allegis HealthCare Family Practice!


Absolutely love this office!! Always professional and the DR treat you with respect and dignity… Wonderful Doctors, wonderful nurses and staff! I love this office! I never feel like a number there…

I love this office Doctor Radji is the best NP around very caring and knowledgeable…


Hours: Mon-Fri – 9:00AM – 5:00PM, Saturday by appointment only


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