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Pediatrics, Primary Care
American Board of Pediatrics
Joined Virginia Mason - January 2009
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Dr. Jackson has always been excellent!
We trust Dr.Jackson because he has two boys just like us, at very similar ages. He understands how they are, and our concerns. He´s very nice but he´s very popular and hard to make an appointment unless I plan the visit a few months advance.
Dr. Jackson is the best in diagnostics I met. He is always confident about his diagnosis, which is really helpful for a worrying parent.
It´s hard to get used to leaving exam room now that he´s 15 - but have confidence all went well.
Excellent & friendly, knowledgeable and showed great care for our boy.
Dr Jackson rocks.
Dr. Jackson is the best!
We love Dr. Jackson!
Dr. Jackson is great, which likely explains his limited availability for making appointments.
we love dr. Jackson
My son left his appt. with "Dr. J" singing his name, and painting out the office all week whenever we drove by. He loves Dr. J.
The provider is good but there is nothing that stands out as awesome with him. More time could be given.
Dr. Jackson is outstanding. He´s open minded & very reachable for questions outside office hours -
University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, 2005
Seattle Children’s Hospital, 2005-2009
Chief Resident, Seattle Children’s Hospital, 2008-2009
Dr. Jackson enjoys spending time with family, running, playing guitar and hiking.
“As a pediatrician, my job is to not only diagnose and treat pediatric illness but to partner with patients and parents to help them make educated decisions regarding their care.”
“I chose pediatrics because of the focus on prevention and the unique opportunity to follow patients from birth to adulthood.”
On Virginia Mason
“I look forward to working with a group of providers focused on quality improvement.”
Professional Activities and Awards
Member, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)