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David Hardy, MD

Vascular Surgery,

SGMC CardioVascular Institute

2409 North Patterson St.

Valdosta, GA 31602

(229) 259-4369



Medical School: Medical College of Georgia

Internship: Medical College of Georgia

Residency: Medical College of Georgia

Fellowship: Cleveland Clinic

Boards: American Board of Surgery/Vascular Surgery, American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RVPI), American Board of Surgery/General Surgery

Get to know Dr. Hardy

David Hardy, MD, is a vascular surgeon at South Georgia Medical Center and sees patients at the SGMC CardioVascular Institute.

What is a Vascular Surgeon? And when should you see one?

Specialty Interests: Aorta surgery, including re-operations and high-risk re-operations; aneurysm repair, including minimally invasive and open aortic aneurysm repair and visceral aneurysm surgery; carotid artery disease; minimally invasive and open surgery for peripheral arterial disease (PAD); dialysis access; thoracic outlet syndrome, Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF)

Limb Loss Prevention

We’re joined on SGMC Health’s “What Brings You in Today?” podcast by David Hardy, MD, to walk us through the world of vascular surgery, where he tirelessly works to save both limbs and lives. From recognizing early symptoms to preventive measures against vascular diseases, Dr. Hardy enlightens our listeners with crucial insights. You will definitely want to hear about his remarkable career journey from janitor to fellowship-trained physician. Tune in for his medical expertise and leave inspired by his tear-jerking passion for helping others.


“Dr. Hardy was called in for my surgery as a result of a catastrophic event four hours into the surgery. He saved my life and repaired a large venous aneurysm that was attached to 4 major organs and my right nerve. I was the first to survive a venous aneurysm because of his expertise. The nicest, most talented surgeon I have ever met.” – Mark E.