Dr. Paula McKrisky’s Retirement Letter

It is with mixed emotions that we announce the retirement of Dr. Paula McKrisky. She is retiring from medical practice as of September 30. 2020, after almost 35 years of practicing medicine. Please join us in extending best wishes to Dr. McKrisky as she begins a new chapter in her life. We wish her only the best in retirement and that each day may bring new experiences and much happiness.

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Telemedicine is now available at Reiter, Hill & Johnson!

We are proud to offer telemedicine appointments to all patients who do not require an in-person visit. Examples of  these appointments are medication changes, contraception consultations, pre-conception counseling, results discussions, anything else that you would like to speak about with our providers.

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With twenty-four providers of obstetrical care in our practice, we have the skills and experience to provide excellent care throughout your pregnancy. Through your series of visits, you may choose to meet primarily with one physician or to see each of the delivering doctors.

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Our doctors also offer surgical consultations, second opinions, and perform operations. When appropriate, we can accommodate our patients by performing procedures in our offices (i.e. BRCA, Sonogram, Colposcopy)

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In keeping with our dedication to patients throughout the cycle of their pregnancy, we offer a multitude of resources covering common experiences affecting women postpartum.

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Our Locations

1133 21st St. NW
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036

p: (202)331-1740

f: (202)296-9784

Washington, D.C.

*Pay parking garage attached*

5550 Friendship Blvd.
Suite 210
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

p: (301)654-5700

f: (301)718-8330

Chevy Chase

*Pay parking garage attached*

407 N. Washington St.
Suite 105
Falls Church, VA 22046

p: (703)533-9211

f: (703)533-9401

Falls Church

*Free lot parking available*

Reiter, Hill & Johnson is a comprehensive
obstetrics and gynecology practice.

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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: 7/8/2020


    All of our offices (Chevy Chase, DC, Falls Church) are accepting in-person visits now, including annuals and routine procedures.

    Before coming in for a visit, please review the following questions:

    1. Do you have any of the following: Fever, cough, or other lower respiratory symptoms?
    2. Have you been directly exposed to someone with confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) or a Person Under Investigation (PUI) for COVID-19?
    3. Are you part of an organizational quarantine (School, place of worship, transportation, etc)?

    If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, please call us to speak with a patient coordinator about your options for care, which might include a video-based telemedicine visit that you can do right from home.

    Otherwise, you can likely come in and see us for your scheduled appointment or urgent care needs. We ask that you do not bring any guests, and that you wear a face mask or a face covering like a scarf or a bandana when you come into the practice.

  • Based on patient interest, we are excited to share that we now offer COVID-19 antibody testing. This is an FDA approved blood test that checks to see if you have had past exposure to the coronavirus. Your body makes antibodies when it experiences infections like COVID-19, and remembers the virus so it can fight back if it returns. Whether you were sick earlier this year and are wondering if it was COVID-19, or think you have had recent exposure, testing can help.

    Why would you want to get tested?

    ● Get answers, understand immunity: If antibodies are present in your test, this means that you have been exposed to COVID-19 and that your body developed a response to fight it. This is important because it means that you are likely to have some level of immunity to the virus.
    ● Contribute to science and public health: Scientists are working around the clock to learn more about COVID-19 as they prioritize our public health and safety. Understanding antibodies is critical as we figure out how the virus spreads, when symptoms are present, and how vulnerable different populations are. Put simply, widespread testing will help to expedite efforts to fight the pandemic.

    How can you schedule testing?

    The antibody test is a simple blood test that can be done right in our office, and your results can be discussed over a telemedicine visit. Since we are an Ob-Gyn provider, we are currently only offering antibody testing to women. Follow these simple steps for testing:

    1. Call our office to book your appointment.
    2. Come into our office for a blood test.
    3. Review your results on a follow up telemedicine visit.

    In just a few days your results will be ready and you can review these with your provider over a virtual visit.