Dr. Annie Jacobson grew up in Duluth, Minn., along the shores of Lake Superior as the second of four kids. Living in one of the coldest and snowiest cities in the USA, she learned to enjoy the outdoors in all its extremes: skiing, trail running, hiking and camping were a few of her favorite things. She attended Providence College in Providence, R.I., where she studied in the liberal arts honors program, in addition to completing her B.S. in Biology, with a minor in Spanish and Latin American Studies. During her undergraduate years, she enjoyed working as a peer minister in campus ministry, receiving a fellowship to teach English in Tucumán, Argentina and being given the opportunity to study in Sevilla, Spain for a semester.
Returning to Duluth for medical school at the University of Minnesota, she met her husband and they developed a love of rural medicine through the Rural
Physicians Associate Program. During this time, she developed an interest in full-spectrum family medicine, especially obstetrics, and is also interested in fertility awareness and appreciation-based methods and their medical applications for women’s and men’s health. She is a trained Creighton NaPro Medical Consultant.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Jacobson enjoys discussing faith, spending time outdoors, running, gardening and trying new recipes. She and her husband are excited to explore the Sunshine State with their dog, Rosie, along for the ride.Book Appointment