Robert Anselmo Jakubowski, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
I am from South Texas and finished my medical training in South Carolina. In 2019, I moved to Atlanta and starting working in the Kaiser Permanente Infectious Disease Department. I chose to work in the field of infectious diseases because I find it fascinating how people can become infected with strange organisms while living their normal lives. Many infectious diseases can be cured, or at least controlled, and I want to be able to help our members manage this.
About my practice
Mostly, I help our members control HIV or other infections they may face as a result of diabetes, surgery, or immunocompromising conditions. A patient's history is extremely important, so I often must ask personal questions about sexual and drug-related behaviors, places traveled, or animals encountered. Our conversations remain confidential and they are ultimately in service of the patient.
How I thrive
I try to stay attuned to new developments and research within the infectious disease community by attending conferences and reading medical journals. When I am outside of work, I enjoy running and biking on the Atlanta Beltline and paddle boarding on the Chattahoochee River.