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Winding Cross Urgent Care opens in Leesburg

Leesburg has a new urgent care facility. Winding Cross Urgent Care held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Dec. 8 at its office next to Wal-Mart on Edwards Ferry Road in the Shenandoah Square Shopping Center.

Mayor Kristen Umstattd officiated the ceremony.

Beckwith Medical Group owns and operates Winding Cross, a full-service urgent care center offering IV treatment, X-rays, blood work and in-house lab testing. Beckwith Medical Group comprises Dr. Roshelle J. Beckwith, Dr. Rosanna K. Pau and Patricia L. Micozzi, PA-C.

The facility opened to patients Dec. 9, and its hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Appointments are not necessary.
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I know for a fact the Patient First (Potomac Station) is usually busy as I live nearby and also have had to wait a couple times over 1 hour.  With the ER (Lansdowne Hospital) I agree this is a pretty sick place. 

Perhaps a lot of these illnesses would be prevented it people COVERED THEIR MOUTH in PUBLIC when they sneeze or cough !!! I cannot tell you how many times people are hacking up at the Target, Dulles Town Center, etc… I am talking about ADULTS and kids. How hard is it to cover your mouth???

Thank goodness for amazon.com for Christmas shopping. I do about half my shopping online now since I am surrounded by animals.


Wow, Leesburg must be a pretty sick place, considering they now have three walking-in urgent care places.  They are breeding like banks!


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