About Scott McGeary
Dr. Scott McGeary grew up in Oregon; went to Stanford University and the University of Oregon Medical School. After completing his Pediatric Residency in Philadelphia, he completed a Fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases in Southern California. Dr. McGeary joined Kaiser Permanente in California and then transferred to North Carolina in 1987 as the Raleigh Area Medical Director when Kaiser opened a region here. He served in various clinical and administrative capacities with Kaiser until 2001, when he started Accent Urgent Care & After Hours Pediatrics, which was the first Triangle urgent care to employ Pediatricians for evening and weekend pediatric urgent care. The business was purchased by Wake Med 3 years ago and Dr. McGeary continued as Medical Director until shortly before his retirement from WakeMed in January of 2016. He is still very passionate about patient care and has “greatly enjoyed caring for NC State students during his time here at Student Health Services and Accent Urgent Care”.
Dr. McGeary is married to an Allergist in Raleigh and has 3 adult children. None went to NC State, but they also didn’t go to UNC or Duke. His free time recently has been spent with their first grandchild, but he also enjoys golf and is passionate about the Carolina Hurricanes.