Alicia Jacobs, M.D.
Vice Chair of Clinical Operations
Department of Family Medicine
2012– present Associate Professor
Prior Academic Appointments:
1999 - 2012 Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
1996 – 1999 Clinical Instructor, University of Vermont College of Medicine
General Family Medicine
Community Health and Wellness
1996 Family Practice Award of Excellence, Yale University School of Medicine
Primary prevention projects
2013 Managing Physician Performance, American College of Physician Executives
2011 UVM-Medical Group Advanced Business Education Program
2010 UVM-Medical Group Core Business Education Program
1996 – 1999 University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Health Care, Family Practice Residency
1991 – 1996 Yale University School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine
Down’s International Research Fellowship, Yale University. Granted for public
health research in Madagascar.
1985 – 1989 Brown University, Bachelor of Arts, Religious Studies
1987 – 1988 University of Bristol, England, Junior Year Abroad
Vice Chair for Clinical Operations in Family Medicine: Clinical care pathways, operations, recruitment
2012 Jacobs AA. “PEDS: Primary Nocturnal Enuresis.” FPIN eMedRef
2011 – present Fletcher Allen Blog. Monthly Family Medicine topics.
2005 – present Colchester Sun. Various medical columns.
2005 – present Essex Reporter. Various medical columns.
1995 Jacobs AA, Zeller H. “Endemicity of Wild Poliovirus and Enteroviruses in a
High Risk Population in Rural Central Madagascar.” Thesis. Yale University
School of Medicine.
2013 After School Velocity program grant from Fletcher Allen Health Care Community Benefits Funds. Study an after
school activity program for non-athletic middle school boys.
2013 After School Mindfulness grant from Fletcher Allen Health Care Community Benefits Funds. Develop an after
school mindfulness program for school age children.
2013 Community Supported Agriculture grant from TD Bank. Quality study of how a CSA share affects biometrics and
sense of wellness
2012 – present VCHIP grant for asthma research