Dr. George Kamajian – Head Physician


A past Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Dr. Kamajian D.O. came to Florida after practicing emergency medicine for 30 years in suburban Boston. Husband, father and physician, he is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and the University Hospital of Jacksonville’s emergency medicine residency program. A recipient of Kellogg Foundation and U.S.A.I.D. grants, he has lectured internationally in Brazil and Armenia (formerly of the Soviet Union).

Dr. Kamajian D.O. has published numerous medical articles, short works of fiction and, most recently, two books.

For 55 years Dr. Kamajian enjoyed good health and the economic stability afforded by a successful 35 year career in emergency medicine. In 2005 he underwent an unanticipated knee replacement. It was the first time he found himself on the “other side of the stretcher.” Although surgery was successful, Dr. Kamajian could no longer practice the full scope and breath of the emergency room and had to retire from that specialty. Unfortunately having lost his job he also lost his health insurance. During recuperation he had the need for some basic blood work. The lab wanted $300 for a basic panel. “I don’t have any insurance,” he told them. “It’s still $300,” the national laboratory replied. “But I’m a doctor,” he pleaded. “Sorry, sir. It’s still $300.”

This true story marks the beginning of Dr. Kamajian’s new career as he reinvented himself as a primary physician who specializes in the care of people without insurance. Now anyone who presents to this office can have this same $300 blood panel for $50.

Speciality: Head Physician
Degrees: D.O
Experience: 30 years of Experience
Training: A past Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, Dr. Kamajian D.O. came to Florida after practicing emergency medicine for 30 years in suburban Boston. Husband, father and physician, he is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and the University Hospital of Jacksonville’s emergency medicine residency program. A recipient of Kellogg Foundation and U.S.A.I.D. grants, he has lectured internationally in Brazil and Armenia (formerly of the Soviet Union).

Denise Jacks, MD, PhD, MSN, FNP-C – Nurse Practitioner


Dr. Denise G. Jacks is the CEO of Healthcare Practitioners, Inc. and has been affiliated with Dr. George Kamajian for the last nine years. Dr. Jacks received her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in 2015 and a Doctor in Medicine (MD) degree in 2016. She is currently state licensed and board certified as a Nurse Practitioner since 2010. Dr. Jacks enjoys practicing Spanish for those whose second language is English. Whatever the situation, she is professional and conscientious and considers the whole person when developing a treatment plan for optimal clinical outcome.

Dr. Jacks focuses in primary care which includes health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention, counseling, patient education, and the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions; such as hypertension, angina, diabetes, asthma, COPD, depression and anxiety, acute pain, arthritis, and thyroid dysfunction.