Jennifer Abrams, MD
A Bay Area native, Dr. Jennifer Abrams completed her bachelor’s degree, M.D., and Internal Medicine Residency at Stanford. As an undergrad she was awarded the Dean’s Award for public service. Before medical school, she received a Fulbright scholarship to create a public health internship in Roatan, Honduras. As a resident, Dr. Abrams was formally recognized for her “clinical judgment, leadership, teaching and kindness” with the Julian Wolfsohn award on graduation.
Dr. Abrams is an active member of the American Medical Association, The American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Private Physicians.
In addition to caring for her patients at The Village Doctor, Dr. Abrams is currently the Physician Director for Be A Good Doctor, a Stanford Haas Public Service Center partner organization dedicated to mentoring our next generation of physicians to cultivate compassion and humanism.
She joined us in 2014.
“I feel so grateful to practice at The Village Doctor, where I have the opportunity to truly get to know my patients, partnering with them on their unique goals and overall health and wellness.”