Kensington Medical Center 10810 Connecticut Ave, Kensington, MD20895 Kensington Medical Center is a Kaiser Permanente Health Care Center serving the town of Kensington and the…More Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Laboratory, pharmacy, radiology and urgent care services are provided at this practice, along with optical care, obstetrics and ambulatory surgery.
Kensington Parkway Physical Therapy Center 10410 Kensington Pkwy, Kensington, MD20895 Kensington Parkway Physical Therapy Center is a Kaiser Permanente Health Care Center serving the town of Kensington and…More the surrounding Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Kaiser Permanente Health Care 10500 Summit Ave, Kensington, MD20895 This is one of the physician facilities under Kaiser Permanente across the country. It provides you with tailored and…More personalized healthcare. Call now or consult the website for more locations and services.
Fast Track Urgent Care 10540 Connecticut Ave, Kensington, MD20895 When you've injured yourself or don't feel well, Fast Track Urgent Care is a convenient place to go for immediate health…More care assistance. The clinic's hours are long, and no appointments are necessary; physicians and nurses are ready to attend to your medical needs. A pharmacy, digital x-ray machines and a lab are all on site. If you have chest pains, a history of heart disease or a life threatening disease, the clinic requests that you call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Dana Laake Nutrition 11224 Orleans Way, Kensington, MD20895 Dana Laake is a licensed nutritionist who has been practicing medical nutrition for the past 25 years. She works with…More each patient's individual needs in conjunction with their health care professional and accepts patients from the very young (even the prenatal stage) to the elderly. In addition, Dana is a talk-show host on WWRC AM 570. She currently serves on the Maryland State Board of Dietetic Practice and teaches professional continuing education classes in nutrition.
2010 marks Grace Episcopal Day School's 50th anniversary. The school was first founded in 1960, but has been at…More its current location since 1983. Students study humanities, history, science, music, math, religion, language, health and service learning. They are introduced to Latin in the seventh and eighth grades. The school is Episcopal but children of all faiths are welcome.
Weekly tours of the campus are held on Wednesdays at 9:30am by appointment only. Extended day-care and early arrival options are available by contract.