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Dr. Jobbins to provide primary care in Eastern Region

August 19, 2016
Kathryn Jobbins MD

Baystate Wing Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Kathryn Jobbins, MS, DO, has joined their medical staff.

Dr. Jobbins who is board certified in internal medicine is now accepting new patients at the Palmer Medical Center located at 40 Wright Street in Palmer.

“Improving convenient access to primary and specialty care continues to be one of our top priorities,” said Dr. David Maguire, Chief Medical Officer for the Eastern Region, which includes Baystate Mary Lane and Baystate Wing Hospitals. “We are proud to welcome Dr. Jobbins to our team. She is dedicated to offering health promotion, preventive medicine and wellness to families in our region.”

Medical Experience

Dr. Jobbins earned her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency at Baystate Medical Center as internal medicine chief resident. She is board certified in internal medicine, a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the American College of Physicians and the Society of General Internal Medicine.

“I look forward to building trusting relationships and providing comprehensive primary care in the community setting where I grew up. I have a passion for preventative healthcare so it is my goal to not only treat a patient’s current medical problems but to work as a team to keep them healthy for years to come,” said Dr. Jobbins.

Dr. Jobbins special interests include nutrition, obesity prevention, wound care and primary care education. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, trying new food, travelling and running.

Make an appointment

Dr. Jobbins is currently accepting new patients.

She joins Dr. Anthony Acquista, Dr. Khaled Abdelkader, Dr. Mohammad Khan, and physician assistant Lindsey Morin providing comprehensive primary care services for the individuals and families in the region. For more information or to schedule an appointment call the Palmer Medical Center at 413-370-5400.