South Georgia Medical Center is pleased to announce David Hardy, MD, vascular surgery, has joined SGMC CardioVascular Institute. SGMC CardioVascular Institute is part of the SGMC Physician Network, which is the most comprehensive physician group in the region.
Dr. Hardy comes to Valdosta from Cleveland Clinic where he practiced for the last three years. He received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and served his residency, post-doctoral fellowship, surgical internship and surgical residency there. Dr. Hardy completed his subspecialty training with a fellowship in vascular and endovascular surgery at Cleveland Clinic.
“My favorite part of the job is taking care of patients,” said Dr. Hardy. “I consider it a privilege to be able to build relationships with my patients and treat their chronic medical problems to ultimately help them enjoy a better quality of life.”
Dr. Hardy says he is excited to be back in Georgia and at SGMC. “The people here are phenomenal and the facilities are state-of-the-art— it just felt right,” he shared. SGMC has the area’s only hybrid operating room South of Macon.
As a vascular surgeon, Dr. Hardy performs aorta surgery, including re-operations and high-risk re-operations; aneurysm repair, including minimally invasive and open aortic aneurysm repair and visceral aneurysm surgery; minimally invasive and open surgery for peripheral arterial disease (PAD); dialysis access; treatment for carotid artery disease; and thoracic outlet syndrome.
Dr. Hardy is married with three children and enjoys running and golf.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Hardy, call 229-433-4369. The SGMC CardioVascular Institute is located in the Professional Building at 2409 N. Patterson St. in Valdosta. For more information, visit sgmc.org