Stephen Jackson, MD, is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist. In addition to his role as vice-chair of the obstetrics and gynecology department at Alamance Regional Medical Center, he serves on several committees. Also, he is a preceptor for Elon University’s physician assistant studies’ women’s health rotation and a board member with Healthy Alamance.
His professional interests include general health and healthy pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, high-risk pregnancy, minimally invasive surgery and improving surgical outcomes, female infertility, and educating the next generation of caregivers.
He and his family live on a 40-acre farm. He is passionate about healthy eating, reading, working outdoors, exercising and traveling.
“I believe in prevention of health issues through healthy eating and lifestyle and teaching our next generation of caregivers. As a physician, it feels most rewarding when I am helping patients navigate a high-risk pregnancy or achieve a healthy pregnancy.” – Stephen Jackson, MD