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Two new family doctors join Vidant Family Medicine-Greenville

October 30, 2018 posted by Brian Wudkwych

Greenville, N.C. – Drs. John McGee and Andrew King are on staff at Vidant Family Medicine-Greenville.

Dr. McGee (photo right) offers management of chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure. He cares for individuals of all ages, especially senior citizens. He trained in family medicine at The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, following medical school here.

“While I grew up in the western part of the state, my family and I consider Greenville to be our hometown,” Dr. McGee said. “I am looking forward to practicing in the community where I live.”

Dr. King is an osteopathic physician offering osteopathic manipulation, trigger point injections, joint injections and minor dermatologic procedures. He also focuses on disease prevention. He trained at Latrobe Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, Latrobe, Pennsylvania.

“I am glad to join an already established practice like Vidant Family Medicine in Greenville,” Dr. King said. “I look forward to working together with patients to achieve the goal of optimal health.” 

Drs. McGee and King practice alongside Drs. Lara Surles and Wilton Gay. The practice is located at 2450 Emerald Place, Greenville. To schedule an appointment, call 252-551-1066.


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About Vidant Health
Vidant Health is a mission-driven, 1,512-bed health system that annually serves more than 1.4 million people in 29 eastern North Carolina counties. The not-for-profit system is made up of more than 12,500 employees, eight hospitals, home health, hospice, wellness centers, and Vidant Medical Group, a multi-specialty physician and provider group with more than 500 providers in more than 90 locations in eastern North Carolina. Vidant is affiliated with The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. As a major resource for health services and education, Vidant has a mission to improve the health and well-being of eastern North Carolina. For more information, visit

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