Welcome to Norvinia Health: Internal Medicine + Primary Care in Ashburn VA
We strongly believe in the value of a high-quality, committed, traditional doctor-patient relationship and its positive impact on your health.
We provide primary care + internal medicine services to improve your health as an individual with an understanding of you as a whole person within the context of your family and community. You’re never just the next patient. Never just another diagnosis.
Dr. Ojha and staff follow evidence-based, guideline-directed evaluation, medical therapy, and screenings so every patient receives the care they need. Our personalized approach, including longer visits and discussions, help to eliminate unnecessary tests and referrals and allow us to manage more of your healthcare needs here in our office.
Choose Norvinia Health
We offer three options for your care:
Traditional Primary Care
Comprehensive care for patients with insurance. Dr. Ojha will be your primary care physician for preventive and sick visits.
Uninsured and High Deductible
For patients using self-pay or high-deductible insurance plans, we are committed to keeping your out-of-pocket costs low while providing quality care.
Membership Primary Care
This annual membership plan provides all internal medicine and primary care services with exclusive 24/7/365 access, next-day appointments, and longer, more relaxed appointment times.
Meet Your Physician – Mamta Ojha, MD
Mamta Ojha, MD is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). She established Internal Medicine + Primary Care after several years of traditional practice to meet the needs of patients who want a more personal relationship with their physician and more attention for their medical care.
Dr. Mamta Ojha was born and raised in Nepal, the land of the Himalayas. Her motivation and hard work paid off when she was awarded a full scholarship for her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at Fatima Jinnah Medical University, through the government of Pakistan. She graduated from medical school and returned to Nepal to work in the country’s most prestigious military hospital. After serving as a medical officer, she completed her residency at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. Upon graduation, she stayed on at Michigan State University as an Assistant Professor for four years, teaching medical students and residents. She moved to Virginia to be closer to her family and worked as an Internist for Sentara Health System before establishing her own private practice.
Dr Mamta Ojha, MD loves Virginia and calls it her home. She loves to socialize with friends and family, listen to music, watch movies, go hiking, and travel.