Cliff Arn, MD grew up in Virginia and attended The University of Virginia for college and medical school. He completed his residency at the University of Pittsburgh and chose family medicine because the field presents an opportunity to diagnose and treat a large array of conditions and educate people about their health.
I was raised in a military family and moved many places in my lifetime. Because of this, I’ve met a lot of people and made many connections over the years. In fact, making connections is part of the reason I love my job. Learning about people and making a positive impact on someone’s life is by far one of the best things I can do as a physician.
I’ve always believed that living right can do wonders for our minds and bodies. My patients know that I’m a huge advocate for their health and am committed to educating them on long-lasting and sustainable health through good choices.
When I’m not wearing a stethoscope, you can usually find me outdoors in the sunshine fishing, running, biking or swimming. I love the warm climate of Northeast Florida and am so glad my many travels have brought me here.