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JPL Family Medicine Documentary

We’ve been traveling around the country visiting with some wonderful independent practices and staff and asking them to tell their stories through documentaries. These amazing practices are doing some very astonishing things to improve health outcomes, patient engagement and their financial performance.

We’re delighted to provide these independent practice documentaries, which we call our Practice Life collection. We hope you’ll find their stories educational and inspiring to reaffirm the rewards of private practice.

Please meet Dr. Kimberly Jackson, family practitioner, and vice president of JPL Family Medicine, Derric Jackson. They’ve created a thriving rural practice in Phenix City, Alabama over the past 11 years. This is a wonderful story of a physician who decided to not join a hospital but to pursue a career in private practice. Enjoy her story. Watch it for free on YouTube.


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