Dr. William B. Clark

Doctor, ENT Associates of Northwest Florida

Pensacola, FL, United States

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For the last two decades, Dr. William B. Clark has served as the owner and lead physician of ENT Associates of Northwest Florida, a family and pediatric care clinic in Pensacola. A physician with specialized training in otolaryngology, Dr. Clark oversees an experienced staff and upholds the practice’s high standards of patient care. Prior to founding ENT Associates of Northwest Florida, Dr. William B. Clark spent more than a decade serving in the U.S. military with the Navy and Marine Corps.

Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology since 1989, Dr. William B. Clark holds expertise in the diagnosis and surgical and nonsurgical treatment of conditions or diseases of the nose, throat, ears, head, and neck. To build upon his skill level and remain current in the field, Dr. Clark maintains memberships in the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, the Florida Medical Association, and the Escambia County Medical Society. Prior to his honorable discharge from the military in 1991, Dr. Clark held the rank of Navy Lieutenant commander, serving as the Chairman of the Otolaryngology Department at Navy Hospital Orlando. During his 13-year career in the military, Dr. William B. Clark earned his M.D. from The University of Tennessee College of Medicine, completed an internship at the Naval Medical Center San Diego in California, and undertook a residency in otolaryngology at the Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland.

Today, Dr. Clark balances his professional duties and his involvement in medical societies with a teaching position at the University of Florida College of Medicine and Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. Additionally, he serves as Otolaryngology Section Chief with the UF College of Medicine. One of Dr. Clark’s favorite pastimes is spending time with his wife and three sons. He also enjoys golfing, bicycling, and paddleboarding.