An accomplished physician and leader, Stephanie Jackson, MD, FHM, focuses on patient safety and quality to ensure the best care is delivered to every patient, every time at HonorHealth. She leads a team of chief medical officers as well as patient safety, infection prevention, process improvement, case management, regulatory and quality professionals, clinical analytics, and the home health division. Dr. Jackson joined HonorHealth in 2015. Her prior leadership experience includes serving as the system patient safety officer at PeaceHealth, a not-for-profit Catholic health system with operations in Alaska, Washington and Oregon. There, she led efforts to eliminate healthcare-associated harm with a focus on quality and process improvement, analytics and infection prevention.
Dr. Jackson has more than 20 years of clinical experience, including serving as the lead hospitalist for the Oregon Medical Group, a multi-specialty, physician-owned group with more than 100 providers and 13 locations in Eugene, Oregon. Before becoming a hospitalist, Dr. Jackson was an internist with a focus on diabetes care in Billings, Montana. Dr. Jackson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in cell biology/biochemistry from Cornell University and earned her MD from Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Jackson completed the American Hospital Association and National Patient Safety Foundation Fellowship in Patient Safety Leadership in 2008. She is board certified in internal medicine.