William Carr Biography

William Carr, M.D

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Potomac Magisterial District

Email: [email protected] Dr. William Carr was appointed to the Community Services Board from the Potomac Magisterial District in January 2020. He is a pediatrician who was in private practice in northern Virginia for 30 years. He received his undergraduate degree from Emory University in 1977 and graduated with an M.D. degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1981. He also completed his pediatric residency at MCG in 1984. Upon moving to northern Virginia in 1985, he practiced in Manassas for five years before establishing his own practice in Stafford County in 1990. Since 2016, he has transitioned to a capacity as a locum tenens pediatrician, serving communities throughout Virginia as well in California and Washington states.

Dr. Carr has previously serviced a president of the Prince William County Medical Society and the Virginia chapter of the American Heart Association as well as chairman of the Council of Northern Virginia Medical Societies and department of pediatrics at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center. He held clinical assistant professorships at the University of Virginia and the Medical College of Virginia as well as affiliate faculty at George Mason University where he was involved in training medical and nurse practitioner students. He has been involved in multiple capacities working with special education students throughout northern & central Virginia, including Prince William County. Dr. Carr lives with his wife, M.A. Sargo, who serves on the Historical Commission. They have been residents of Prince William County for the past 16 years.