Dr. Robert Cluck, M.D., was elected to the office
of Mayor of the City of Arlington in May 2003 after serving two terms
on the City Council. He represented Council District 4.
Dr. Robert Cluck is currently the Vice President for Medical
Affairs at Arlington Memorial Hospital, a position he has held since
2002. Prior to that, he was the Medical Director at Arlington Memorial
Hospital and Harris Methodist Health Plan.
Mayor Robert Cluck
swearing-in on May 27, 2005
From 1971 to 1994, Dr. Robert Cluck was in private practice as an
Obstetrician-Gynecologist in Arlington. After receiving his medical
training from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dr.
Robert Cluck served in the U.S. Air Force for two years, serving
during the Vietnam War as a general medical officer at Clark Air Force
Base in the Philippines.
He currently serves on many boards and commissions including the
Arlington Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Texas Municipal
League Board of Directors, the University of Texas Metroplex Council,
and the Workforce Solutions Workforce Governing Board.
Dr. Robert Cluck’s primary goal as Mayor is to develop Arlington’s
economy to enable better support of basic citizen services.