Grandview Medical Group adds new family medicine doctor

By NATHAN HOWELL / Staff Writer

 

CHELSEA – Grandview Medical Group Primary Care in Chelsea recently welcomed Dr. Allen Jarzombek to its medical staff.

Jarzombek specializes in family medicine and is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

“I am excited to join the team here in Chelsea,” Jarzombek said. “I look forward to meeting the community and addressing their medical needs.”

Originally from Texas, he earned his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University and subsequently achieved a medical degree in 2014 at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.

After completing his degree, he moved to Alabama and to participate in a general surgery internship with Baptist Health System’s General Surgery Residency in 2015 in Birmingham. In 2018 St. Vincent’s East Family Medicine Residency offered Jarzombek a medical residency

Prior to joining Grandview, Jarzombek was part of the medical staff at Cullman Regional Medical Center as part of the Urgent Care Center medical staff.

Patients can see Jarzombek for a range of treatments including “adult preventative medicine, pediatric medicine, immunizations, annual checkups, blood pressure and cholesterol management and school physicals,” according to Grandview Medical Group.

Jarzombek and Primary Care in Chelsea are accepting new patients and can be reached at 678-7779.

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