By Clyde T.

Jacob III, MD

Emory Women’s Center

 

Although many women fear “the annual exam,” the right doctor and interaction can change that fright into an opportunity for knowledge and control over their reproductive health. As an Obstetrician/Gynecologist, my goal is to educate patients regarding preventative health as well as their continued well-being, all in a comfortable clinic setting.

I have been in practice for more than 20 years and I am happy to have joined Emory Women’s Center at Findley as of  November 2018.  I have worked with many brilliant, thoughtful, and compassionate physicians at the Emory Women’s Center at Findley. I have also come to value our shared passion for delivering excellent medical care to the Johns Creek community.

I bring with me a wide range of experience, from international medical missions to the care I provide my patients here at home. My patient base consists of a broad spectrum of the everyday woman, from the beginning of menstruation,  to perimenopause, and beyond. Those seeking minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery, annual well-woman exams, contraceptive counseling, and family planning advice are welcome.

I am no stranger to the Atlanta area as this is where my family resides and where I attended undergrad at Morehouse College. I then moved on to attend medical school at the University of Medicine and Density of New Jersey.  Now that my family and practice are both here, this is home.  I am happy to bring my experience to Emory Women’s Center at Findley and to Emory Johns Creek Hospital.

I look forward to the opportunity to deliver excellent medical care to and for you. 

Call 404-778-3401 to make an appointment with me today.

 

About Clyde T. Jacob III, MD

Dr. Clyde Jacob III completed his medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1993 and completed an internship in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1994. Dr. Jacob completed his residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in 1997. Before joining the faculty at Emory in 2018, Dr. Clyde held positions as an Attending Physician at Morristown Medical Center and Regional Medical Center in New Jersey.

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