Meet Dr. Allingham
You Don’t Have to Wait for Urgent Care in Oakton
When you or a loved one needs chronic pain management or experiences the symptoms or discomfort of depression, anxiety attack, attention deficit disorder, headaches, high blood pressure, arthritis or diabetes, our family medicine clinic is right here to take care of you so you can get the relief you need when you need it.
Oakton Primary Care never cuts corners on the quality of your care. You can rest assured that when you or your family member needs medical care, urgent care or non-life-threatening emergency care, you're in the best possible hands.
You shouldn’t have to wait for the urgent care you need. That’s why Oakton Primary Care offers extended hours seven days a week for your convenience. Our family doctor and staff are dedicated to easing your health concerns and solving your health problems.
Meet the Doctor
David Allingham, MD
“From my early days in college and medical school, I’ve wanted to help people feel better. I particularly enjoy the journey of meeting with a patient for the first time, then seeing them improve their health by dissipating their pain or illnesses. I treat patients as a friend and I hope that they consider me more than just their physician.”
Residency: Pediatrics, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC
MD: Eastern Virginia Medical School of The Medical College of Hampton Roads, Ghent, VA
Certified: Advanced Trauma Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Member: Medical Society of Virginia, DC, Maryland, Virginia Pain Society, Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, Cell Surgical Network, Member Certified in Mini-Liposuction
Languages Spoken: English and Spanish
Dr. Allingham serves the communities of Oakton, Great Falls, McLean, Middleburg, South Riding, Aldie, Potomac, Leesburg, Clifton, Fairfax Station and surrounding areas in Arlington County and Loudon County.