Mark W. Scroggs, MD

Mark W. Scroggs, MD is a board certified ophthalmologist who specializes in corneal diseases and transplantation. His primary practice is comprehensive ophthalmology which includes diagnosis, treatment and surgery for glaucoma and diabetic related eye problems.

After earning his medical degree from the Duke University School of Medicine in 1984, he completed his medical and surgical ophthalmology residency at the Duke University Eye Center. Following his residency, Dr. Scroggs completed a cornea and anterior segment fellowship in New Orleans before returning to North Carolina to begin private practice.

Dr. Scroggs is also a board-certified pathologist and has been involved in research throughout his career. He is currently participating in a study of diabetic retinopathy with colleagues at the Duke University Eye Center.

He has published more than 50 articles in many respected medical journals and was previously a faculty member of the Duke Medical Center.

Dr. Scroggs is an active member in the following organizations:

  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • North Carolina Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons
  • North Carolina Medical Society
  • American Association of Ophthalmic Pathologists
  • International Society of Ophthalmic Pathology
  • Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
  • American Association of Pathologists
  • Sigma Xi

A Durham native, Dr. Scroggs resides in Chapel Hill and stays very busy with his family and practice. When he does find some spare time, he studies French, enjoys trap and skeet shooting, playing the piano and his banjo. He has played collegiate tennis but now has a hard time keeping up with his kids on the court! Dr. Scroggs has volunteered for the Lincoln Community Health Center and the Carrboro Community Health Center.

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