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Robert McClure, MD

Robert McClure, MD General Radiology

Dr Robert McClure

A general radiologist with a specific interest in emergent and acute imaging, Dr. McClure joined Medical Center Radiologists after a 24-year career in the United State Navy.

Dr. McClure spent his first 11 years of service as a Navy Pilot. During that time, he flew the F/A-18C Hornet and T-45 Goshawk. This led to three deployments aboard the USS ROOSEVELT, over 2,200 hours of flight time and three Air Medals.

In 2010, Dr. McClure altered course and enrolled at Eastern Virginia Medical School, graduating in 2014. He spent the next five years serving as an intern and radiology resident at Naval Hospital Portsmouth. He continued at NMCP as a staff radiologist and faculty member, teaching residents until his military retirement in 2023.

Dr. McClure’s notable experiences in the Navy include multiple deployments and missions over the skies of the Middle East, responding to the Haiti Earthquake of 2010, and as a physician aboard the USNS COMFORT mission responding to the COVID outbreak in New York City.

Dr. McClure graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1999 – the last class with a real plebe summer.

Medical School: Eastern Virginia Medical School

Internship: Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

Residency: Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

Board Certifications: American Board of Radiology