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Dr. Pooja Prasad with patient

Dr. Pooja Prasad, our Pediatric Physician from our T. Stacy Lloyd Campus, is listening to one of her patients during a well-child visit.

Professional Certifications and Societies 
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics
 Medical Education
  • D.O. – New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Residency – INOVA Fairfax Hospital for Children

Dr. Pooja Prasad is a pediatric physician who provides comprehensive and personalized care to children of all ages-from birth to early adulthood. She has special interest in teaching children and their families about asthma and how to manage it as well as treating developmental delays, autism, ADHA, depression and anxiety. Dr. Prasad is a compassionate provider and loves watching kids grow up and being a part of all the milestones along the way.

When Dr. Prasad is not caring for young patients, she loves to travel and explore new cultures and spend time with her husband and their three boys. She’s also a big Redskins fan and always cheers them on whether they win or lose.

7:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

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Effective 10/01/2018, the location listed above will be Dr. Prasad’s new location.

Located in Suite 102.

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