Reneka Dobbs JacksonPhysician
Patient Care Philosophy
Everyone deserves to live their Best Life! Why not you, starting Today?
Our purpose here at Dobbs Family Health and Wellness Center is to partner with individuals in preventing disease and treating illness in a manner that addresses the whole person. I like to interact with patients in a manner that promotes self confidence and holistic wellbeing of the body, mind and spirit. The only way for me to help you is for you to believe in you. Our mission is to meet patients where they are and treat every day like a new beginning. Here we believe that you are your best advocate! We approach each patient as a member of our family. It is our belief that the doctor-patient relationship is best served when it is treated as a partnership. Lets partner-up. Come join our family! We would like to help you achieve your wellness goals! Your Best Life awaits you!!!
- Family Medicine Doctor
Harbor-UCLA Department of Family Medicine
Harbor City, CA
Howard University College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
University of Georgia
Cellular Biology, B.S.
American Academy of Family Practitioners
Georgia Academy of Family Practitioners
Howard University Alumni Association
Hi! I’m Dr. Reneka Dobbs-Jackson. I have been practicing medicine in the Atlanta area for the past 10 years in the fields of primary care and urgent care. I am the mother of 3 lovely children, Camille, Cedric, and Carmen, and one mischievous puppy, Benji. I love the practice of medicine and believe that for those of us who enjoy it, it is a gift that is never ending. Throughout this current pandemic I saw and witnessed things that I never thought would be possible during my life time. And although I spent many nights exhausted and overwhelmed from my work at the urgent care, it was during this time that my love for the practice of medicine grew exponentially. It was during this time that I recognized that there is no replacement for a sound doctor-patient relationship. The fundamental foundational relationship that in the past existed between patients and family doctors has started to become extinct. It is that relationship that I wish to bring back to life. My goal is to care for patients as though they are a part of my family. Sometimes tough conversations will occur. But in the end we will all be aiming at the same goal which is learning to be our best selves one day at a time.