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Brad Jacobs, MD, MPH, ABOIM






Brad Jacobs, MD, MPH, ABOIM is a recognized leader in Integrative Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine and Corporate health and resiliency. He is an experienced physician and educator.

Dr Jacobs is Founder and Director of BlueWave Medicine, and Past-Chair of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. He is co-author of “The Anti-Inflammation Cookbook”: the delicious way to reduce inflammation and stay healthy.

BlueWave Medicine offices are located at Cavallo Point Lodge in Sausalito, California on 80 acres in the National Park Service lands. The practice provides concierge medicine and second opinion services using an integrative and functional medicine model that is rooted in providing committed individuals multi-disciplinary, team-based, comprehensive, personalized, and technology-enabled healthcare. This approach utilizes the best of conventional medicine, functional medicine, genomics, remoted biosensor data capture as well as lifestyle and alternative medical practices to help patients create health and thereby achieve meaningful and lifelong improvements in health and well-being.

Dr Jacobs has been leading executive health and corporate health programs since 2006. A sampling of his clients includes Google, Facebook, YouTube, Gap Inc., Genentech, Charles Schwab, Lilly Pharmaceuticals, PepsiCo, PG&E, Stanford Business School Beacon Program, Harvard Business School Executive Education program, and UCSF and Stanford medical schools. He also provides programs for families interested in fostering inter-generational health and resiliency.

He serves as Past-Chair, Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair for the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine – a 501c(3) focused on health creation for the people and the planet through inter-professional education, community, and advocacy. He also served on the Board of Directors for Milagros de Mexico Inc, and was founding Chairman of the Medical Advisory Board for Pharmaca Inc.

He has served as Endowed Professor and Founding Medical Director for the UC-San Francisco Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Clinical Programs. He was co-founder and SVP Clinical Affairs at Mytrus Inc. and Senior Medical Director at Revolution Health Networks.

Dr Jacobs has published peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. He is senior editor of “The American College of Physicians Evidence-Based Guide to Complementary and Alternative Medicine”– ACP Press 2009, and is co-author of “The Anti-Inflammation Cookbook” with Amanda Haas- Chronicle Books 2016.

Dr. Jacobs completed his Internal Medicine residency at UCSF and is also board-certified in Integrative Medicine. He graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine, and received post-graduate training in acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, fitness, stress management, yoga and martial arts.

Dr Jacobs enjoys backcountry skiing, cycling and surfing, and is a lifelong student of martial arts and yoga.