Dr. William Henderson McCray, Jr. has been at Internal Medicine Associates since 1999. *He will not be returning from leave sabbatical as announced in July 2020.*
Originally from Georgia, William McCray, MD, FACP, has been practicing Gastroenterology in Alaska for 21 years.
He attended Medical School at Emory University School of Medicine. From there, he completed his Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Gastroenterology at Temple University Hospital. Upon arrival to Alaska, Dr. McCray spearheaded the establishment of Endoscopic Ultrasound for the state of Alaska, radically enhancing community access to specialized gastroenterology care, and being the sole provider of Endoscopic Ultrasound services in Alaska for over 2 decades.
Throughout his career he has had several publications and received many awards, to include Temple University Fellows and Residents Research Forum and Philadelphia GI Research Forum. He has served on the Endoscopy Committee, OIG Committee, Bylaws Committee, and Informed Consent Task Force. Dr. McCray is an advocate for serving in the community. He has volunteered as a participant at ACP Leadership Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. and participated as a Co-Organizer and Lecturer role for Men’s Health Day, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity here in Alaska.
In his free time Dr. McCray enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, traveling, and visiting with family.