William T. Hark, M.D.


Updated 2/18/2010

I am 42 years old, and I am an allergist with Richmond Allergy and Asthma Specialists (formerly Catlett Allergy Associates). I did my allergy fellowship training at the University of Virginia and graduated the program in 1998. I am board-certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology and recently recertified. I am also participating in the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program.

Of course, I will always be a wahoo and I freely admit to being obnoxious about it. I graduated from The University in 1989. After college, I spent the summer driving a loop around the country (pic.) and camping with a couple of friends. I attended medical school at the Medical College of Virginia which is part of VCU in Richmond, Virginia. I don't consider it to be "VCU School of Medicine." I stayed for an additional three years for residency training in Internal Medicine at MCV. They have a very challenging and rewarding Internal Medicine program that I highly recommend to anyone considering medicine. During the many years that I have spent in Richmond, Virginia, I have come to really like this city. There are many restaurants, cultural events, outdoor festivals and museums.

I enjoy going out with my friends, hiking, fishing and nature photography. Spending time with my family and friends is very important to me. I also enjoy traveling and have been to many countries including Kenya, Belize, Costa Rica (pic.), Mexico (pic.), and Guatemala(pic.). I plan more travel when money and time are available. There are many amazing places to explore in the United States and around the world. I run regularly, play tennis and go to the gym. I am on the board of Virginia Opera and have helped raise money for SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now)

I am married to Ginny, the love of my life. We like visiting friends, dining out and travel. Ginny and I regularly attend local plays and concerts.

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