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Jack Inge, M.D.

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dr. jack inge, m.d.

Dr. Jack Inge was born at Rex Hospital in Raleigh NC. It should come as no surprise that this native son would return to Rex in 1997, after completing his training, to begin his private practice and care of women, children and their families.

Ironically, Dr. Inge spent a great deal of time at Rex Hospital as a young boy with multiple admissions. It was during these long hours in the hospital that Dr. Inge decided to commit his life to medicine. The prescience he possessed as a boy, that a physician could be an instrument to help to heal and ease suffering, stayed with him throughout his formative years as he grew out of his medical illnesses.

He is married to Sheryl who is also a Raleigh native. They have two children He has multiple interests outside of medicine which include making leather products, knives, furniture, and oil paintings. They also enjoy camping, boating, mountain biking and building BMW race cards for the track with his son.

His commitment to become the most technically trained practitioner he could be began when he attended East Carolina University (ECU) and graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology. He continued his commitment to excellence at North Carolina State University (NCSU) where he earned a Master of Life Sciences in Microbiology in 1987. From the outset, he has always been committed to becoming not only a seasoned practitioner, but perhaps more importantly, a scientific technician as well.

He entered the East Carolina School of Medicine in 1989 and was awarded an M.D. in 1993. During medical school, Dr. Inge was impressed by the dual challenges of obstetrics and gynecology--having to be both a surgeon and practitioner--and decided to continue his studies at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, GA. During his final year of residency, Dr. Inge served as Chief Resident (1996-97). He credits his training at Memorial University with giving him a true “trial by fire” expertise that has continued to support his medical practice throughout his career. Indeed, his experience with such care was so extensive that he authored an article on the subject of catastrophic hemorrhage from placenta previa/acreta which was ultimately published in the Journal of Pelvic Surgery (2000).

As Chief Resident, Dr. Inge was also honored by receiving a surgical award for excellence in laproscopic procedure by The American Association of Gynecologic Laproscopy. Dr. Inge completed his training and returned to Raleigh in 1997. Dr. Inge has continued his commitment to excellence in Obstetrics and Gynecology throughout his career. In 1999, he became a fellow with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (FACOG) and since then, he has continued to worked diligently as an appointed member of the Rex Hospital Quality Assurance Committee whose sole objective is to ensure that all patients at the hospital receive the highest quality care. It is with over twenty years of training that Dr. Inge has embarked on what may seem like a new beginning, but if one looks closely, his work with robotic surgery is in line with his commitment to improving the quality of life of his patients through the most scientifically sound method possible.