Family Medicine Residency Boston Medical Center Boston, MA
Dr. Nicole Jackson obtained her undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Yale University, her medical school degree from Harvard Medical School, and completed her residency at Boston Medical Center. After residency, she stayed on at Boston Medical Center as faculty in the Department of Family Medicine. Dr. Jackson has five years of experience working as a full-spectrum primary care and urgent care provider at a federally-qualified health center in Dorchester, MA, serving medically and socially complex patients in a predominantly low-income, ethnically and linguistically diverse neighborhood. She also has experience doing postpartum, newborn nursery and general pediatrics rounding at Boston Medical Center. Dr. Jackson has a special interest in diversity, equity and inclusion and anti-racism work and serves as the Director of Diversity Programs in the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center.
In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music, dancing, worshipping at her church, self-directed learning, spending time with family and catching up with her four god-children.