Arthur G. Klose
Born in Huntington, New York, Dr. Klose grew up in Greenville,
North Carolina. He received his college degree in chemistry at the
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and his medical degree
from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville,
Tennessee. He returned to Chapel Hill for residency training in
urology which he completed in 1989. He was certified by the
American Board of Urology in 1992 and was re-certified in 2001.
He practiced urology for four years in Tacoma, Washington
at Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound before joining
Carteret Surgical Associates in 1992. He served as a major
and reserve flight surgeon in the United States Air Force and
participated in Operation Desert Storm.
Dr. Klose has served as Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery
at Carteret General Hospital. With his wife, Dr. Mary Katherine
Lawrence, Dr. Klose helped create the Broad Street Clinic in 1992
and continues to volunteer there each week to provide medical
care to the county's medically uninsured and underserved.
He and Mary Katherine have three boys. Dr. Klose plays sax, enjoys running and restoring vintage automobiles and motorcycles.
Dr. Klose practices general adult and pediatric urology. He
has special interests in prostate cancer, kidney stones, men's and women's health issues. He especially enjoys participating in the
American Cancer Society's monthly prostate cancer support