George T. Clark III, MD
I truly love talking with patients and sharing stories about my life and theirs. Vascular disease can be complex and decision making requires a good relationship between the doctor and the patient. It is my job to educate the patient about their specific condition and what options are available. Ultimately, my hope is to improve their quality of life. I have been in practice since 1990 and have seen significant changes in my profession. In the beginning most of what I offered involved open surgery. Now we have vastly improved what we can offer patients, be it medical management, minimally invasive procedures, or if needed, surgery. Fifteen years ago exciting new options became available to treat patients with venous disease, and I began to specialize in treating patients with varicose veins. I was the first physician to perform an endovenous laser procedure in Raleigh, and this is the most common procedure I now perform. I married my wife, Pam, right after graduation from college. We have two children who both were married in 2016 and live in Raleigh. I enjoy surfing, travel, playing guitar, and am an excellent chef.