Randy Jackson, MD

Assistant Professor,
Family Community Medicine

Associate Program Director, SFGH-UCSF Family and Community Medicine Residency

Dr. Randy Jackson Jr. is a family physician who cares for children and adults, including providing women’s health care. As a primary care doctor, he considers it an honor and privilege to often be a patient’s first contact with the health care system. He sees people as more than their medical conditions and believes their treatment should reflect that value. 

Jackson has special interests in pediatrics, women’s health and addiction medicine, and is certified in medication-assisted treatment of substance use disorder. A former athlete, he is also interested in sports medicine and physical fitness.

Jackson earned his bachelor’s degree in public health at Rutgers University, where he also attended medical school. He completed a residency in family medicine, serving as chief resident, at St. Louis University. During his residency, Jackson was recognized for his teaching efforts with induction to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He had also worked as a teaching assistant and tutor in English, math and chemistry while in college and medical school. He is a former motivational speaker and coached youth football and wrestling for almost 10 years.