Jonathan Carey Jackson M.D., M.P.H., M.A Not accepting new patients

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Primary care - internal medicine




Dr. Carey Jackson is a professor in the Department of Medicine and an adjunct professor in the Department of Global Health at the UW. At Harborview, he serves as medical director of the International Medicine Clinic, Refugee and Immigrant Health Promotion Program, the Northwest Health and Human Rights Coalition, and Interpreter Services Department. He is a co-founder of the Community House Calls Program and EthnoMed website, and is also an affiliate investigator at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Dr. Jackson is a general internist with graduate training in anthropology and public health, with extensive experience in the practice of cross-cultural medicine, community health promotion and health services research among diverse immigrant patient populations in Seattle. His professional interests include refugee and immigrant health care, health services delivery to the non-English speaking poor, medical anthropology, health disparities and disease prevention. Dr. Jackson has been the recipient of numerous honors for his work, including American College of Physicians Internist of the Year in 2013, Sterling Munro Public Service Teaching Award in 2007 and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Community Health Leadership Award in 1999.

Personal Interests

Water sports, Lindy hop, hiking, camping and snowboarding.

International Medicine Clinic at Harborview

325 9th Ave., Ground West Clinic Seattle, WA 98104


Behavioral healthcare, International medicine, Primary care - internal medicine, Travel medicine

Michigan State University

Medical education, 1986

UW - Clinical Scholars Program

Fellowship, Medicine

Univ. of Calif. Irvine

Internship, Medicine

Univ. of Calif. Irvine

Residency, Medicine