About Blue Fish : Dr. R. Adrian Clarke
Dr. Clarke was born and raised in New York City. His family is originally from Barbados, West Indies. He graduated from Princeton University cum laude in 1994, where he majored in History while completing his pre-med requirements. In 1999, he graduated from Washington University School of Medicine with an M.D. and an M.A. in Biomedical Sciences. He completed his pediatric residency training at Baylor College of Medicine-affiliated hospitals (including Ben Taub General Hospital and Texas Children’s Hospital) in 2002. In 2002, Dr. Clarke became board certified in pediatrics and became a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. From 2002 to 2010, Dr. Clarke worked for Texas Children’s in Katy, Texas. While practicing in Katy, he was voted Honorable Mention in Katy Magazine’s 2007 and 2008 Reader’s Choice Awards. Dr. Clarke joined Blue Fish Pediatrics in the Fall of 2010.
Dr. Clarke met his wife, Elizabeth, at Princeton and was married in 1999. They have one son, Marshall, who was born in 2008, and one daughter, Maribel, who was born in 2011. Dr. Clarke’s pediatric interests include sports medicine, infant and toddler care, and preventive health. He especially enjoys working with first-time parents, adoptive parents and parents of multiples. In his free time, Dr. Clarke enjoys cooking, exercising, and traveling with his family. He is also an avid sports fan who has been a Houston Texans’ season ticket holder since their inaugural season and still follows his beloved Mets, Jets and Knicks.
Dr. Clarke has started a blog highlighting his perspective on a variety of pediatric and general health issues. Click on www.docclarkeblog.blogspot.com to check out his thoughts.
If you would like to join Dr. Clarke’s practice at Blue Fish Pediatrics, please fill out our NEW PATIENT APPLICATION and return it to our office.
If you saw Dr. Clarke at his former practice and would like to see him at Blue Fish, please fill out our New Patient Application and click the link below in order to complete the Transfer of Medical Records form. Please make sure that you forward the completed form to his former office.