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John A Clay, MD

John A Clay, MD

Family Medicine
John A. Clay, MD, graduated Cum Laude from The College of William & Mary with a bachelor of science in biology. He received his medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University's School of Medicine. He completed his residency training at VCU Chesterfield Family Practice where he served as chief resident.

Dr. Clay currently resides in his native Dinwiddie County, with his wife and children. He is an active member of Smyrna Baptist Church and the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is welcoming new patients.
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Abnormal Bleeding

Abscess

Acid Reflux

Acne

Acute Care

Acute Illnesses

Acute Pain Management

Acute Sinusitis

Addictions Alcohol Abuse

Adult

Aesthetics

Alcohol Abuse

Alcoholism

Allergies

Allergy

alzheimers

Anemia Iron Deficiency

Ankle

Ankle Sprain

Ankle Sprains or Strains

Anorectal Problems

Anxiety

Anxiety Disorders

Arterial Disease

Arthritis

Asthma

Attention Defecit Disorder - ADD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Autoimmune Disease

Back Pain

Bipolar

Birth Control

Bladder Cystitis

Bladder Incontinence

Bone Density Scan - Dexa

Bowel Disease and Obstructions

Breast

Breast Cancer

Breast Disease

Breast Pain or Lumps

Bronchitis

Bunions

Cardiac Problems

Cardiology

Cardiovascular - Congestive Heart Failure

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular Medicine

Carpal Tunnel

Celiac Disease

Chronic Care

Chronic Depression

Chronic Disease

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Groin Pain

Chronic Illness

Chronic Neck Pain

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - COPD

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain Management

Chronic Sinusitis

Clotting and Bleeding Disorders

Cold

Cold and Flu

Colon Cancer

Concussion

Congestive Heart Failure

Constipation

Consultative Or Primary Management Of Medical Complications

Contraception

Coronary Heart Disease

Coughing

Critical Care Medicine

Dementia

Depression