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William N. Veale, M.D.

Gender Male
Facilities Park Place Building
Groups The Jackson Clinic
Status Active
Fellowship Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2009-2010
Vascular Surgery
Fellowship Atlanta Medical Center, 2008
Vascular Surgery
Residency Medical Center of Central Georgia
General Surgery
Medical Degree University of Alabama School of Medicine, Birmingham, 2003
Graduate University of Alabama, Birmingham School of Public Health, 1999
Masters of Public Health
Undergraduate Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, 1995
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Board certification

American Board of Surgery - General Surgery

American Board of Surgery - Vascular Surgery


Dr. William Veale is board certified in vascular and general surgery. He has over a dozen years’ experience in Alabama and Georgia. Before joining the Jackson Vascular Surgery Clinic in 2020, Dr. Veale practiced in Dothan, AL for nearly ten years.

Dr. Veale graduated from Birmingham Southern College with a Bachelors in Science, and then earned his Masters in Public Health and his Medical Degree at UAB. He is known to excel in the classroom, which has earned him several awards including the National Merit Scholarship.

Family and faith are very important to Dr. Veale. He, his wife Rachael, and their three children attend First United Methodist Church in Montgomery. Dr. Veale is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys coaching his children’s soccer and baseball teams. Dr. Veale is a dedicated father and strongly supports his children when not serving and caring for his patients.

Awards, Honors, & Scholarships
National Merit Scholar


Abdominal aortic aneurysm

Aortic dissection


Carotid artery disease

Chronic venous insufficiency

Deep vein thrombosis

Fibromuscular disease

Giant cell arteritis


Mesenteric ischemia

Peripheral arterial disease

Portal hypertension

Pulmonary embolism


Thoracic aortic aneurysm

Varicose veins

Vascular trauma