About Dr. Greg Jackson

Gregory M. Jackson, M.D., is board certified in family practice and has operated his own private practice in San Antonio, Texas, since 1982. He specializes in preventive health care, and his 25-plus years in practice attest to the success of his interceptive methods — of his 6,000 patients, few of them are currently in the hospital (and that is the rule rather than the exception in his practice). His goal is to intercept disease and illness before they take over, and he has developed an approach based on health statistics and how they apply to each of his patients.

Dr. Jackson is also the medical director of American Physicians Insurance Company, which provides malpractice insurance for physicians in Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. He works extensively with API clients to lower their liability for malpractice through preventive care. He has served on the company’s board of directors since 1990 and has been medical director and chairman of the Claims Committee since 1996.

He is a frequent guest on San Antonio Living on WOAI News 4 in San Antonio and wrote a column for San Antonio Express-News. He is working on a book on how patients can collaborate with doctors on preventive care and ultimately change the American health care system.

A native of Laredo, Texas, Dr. Jackson is married to Cheryl Morgan Jackson and has three children. After completing his pre-medical training at the University of Texas at Austin, he received his medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas in 1978. Dr. Jackson did his internship and residency training at Baylor College of Medicine and Affiliated Hospitals, after which he received board certification.

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