Dr. Jaclyn Brown is a board certified family physician who is also fellowship trained in primary care sports medicine. She grew up in the East Valley, and then obtained a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering with a minor in Spanish from Arizona State University and Barrett Honors College. After attending medical school at the University of Arizona, Dr. Brown completed her family medicine residency at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix. She then returned to the University of Arizona for a one year sports medicine fellowship following residency.
Her clinical interests are broad, which is why she chose a career in family medicine! Dr. Brown enjoys caring for family members of all ages, from infants to adults, and especially enjoys preventive care and encouraging healthy lifestyles. Similar to all the other providers, she treats acute and chronic medical problems, and offers numerous office procedures. She is excited to be part of a Patient Centered Medical Home, with many in-office services and a coordinated team to provide excellent care!
Additionally, Dr. Brown has particular interest and experience in all aspects of sports medicine, including pre-participation exams (“sports physicals”), musculoskeletal injuries, concussions, and event coverage (football, soccer, ice hockey, rodeo, marathons, triathlons, and lots more fun events!). During her years of medical training, she has been fortunate to work with all levels of athletes, from youth and recreational to NCAA Division I and professional.
In her spare time, Dr. Brown enjoys being active, including cycling, running, swimming, hiking, and yoga. She has competed in many runs and triathlons, from 5ks to marathons and sprints to a half iron distance triathlon. While she has lived in Arizona her entire life, she also loves to travel, in the U.S. and internationally. She does rest too, enjoying time with friends and family.