Dr. Jeanette Krolikowski is a board certified Internal Medicine doctor who specializes in the care of adults. Her focus is on primary care, which includes preventative care as well as chronic disease management. She is an osteopathic doctor, which means she was trained to view patients with a holistic approach and consider all aspects of the patient in their care plan as well as application of alternative treatments to patient care.
Dr. Krolikowski is a New York native, but spent most of her education and medical training in the Baltimore, Maryland, area. Following her residency in Internal Medicine she became a hospitalist, but soon realized primary care and community medicine were her primary interests. She relocated to San Francisco in 2006 where she played an integral role in the Internal Medicine clinic at St. Luke’s Hospital. It was here that she cared for the most challenging patients in a multicultural setting. She brings this experience to the Marin Community Clinics where she continues to improve the overall health and well-being of her patients and the community. It is the continuity of care aspect which keeps her dedicated to primary care and she feels privileged to be a part of her patients’ lives.
Her education includes a bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences/Public Health from The Johns Hopkins University as well as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine.