Part of Mary Washington Healthcare
The Mary Washington Healthcare Anticoagulation Clinics offer patients two
convenient locations with state of the art care. Our clinics are staffed
by clinical pharmacists who use the point-of-care method. Patients no
longer get needle sticks in the arm and there is no waiting for results
or dosage changes.
Patients are scheduled for INR/PT checks on a weekly to six week rotation.
The clinical pharmacists determine a patient’s Coumadin® (warfarin)
therapy based on the patient’s interview and INR/PT result. The
interview focuses on medication changes, illness, diet and other factor
influencing warfarin therapy. We also encourage patients to call us with
changes in health, diet, and/or medications allowing clinic staff to care
for the patient and their warfarin therapy. The benefit for the physician
is elimination of time consuming in office management of patients on warfarin
therapy. The Mary Washington Hospital clinic on Southpoint Parkway has
been in operation since 1996 switching to the point-of-care method in 2001.
Physicians interested in referring to the Anticoagulation Clinic may call
us at 540.741.1108.
Mary Washington Hospital Anticoagulation Clinic
Address: 4710 Spotsylvania Parkway, Suite 206, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407
Monday: 10 am – 6:30 pm
Tuesday: Thursday: 8 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 7 am – 3:30 pm
This clinic is not located at Mary Washington Hospital, it is in the Massaponax
area just south of Fredericksburg. View a map with directions to the Mary Washington Anticoagulation Clinic.
Stafford Anticoagulation Clinic
Address: Stafford Medical Pavilion, 125 Hospital Center Boulevard, Suite 217
Phone: 540.741.7900 x1
Monday: 8:15am – 4pm
Tuesday: 8:15am – 4pm
Wednesday: 10:15am – 6pm
Thursday: 8:15am – 4pm
Friday: 7:15am – 3pm
View a map with directions to the Stafford Anticoagulation Clinic.