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Jennifer J. Fritch, PA-C

  • Employed by St. John's Health

About Jennifer

Jenny Fritch grew up in Marion, Iowa. She received her bachelor’s degree in communication studies from the University of Iowa and her master of medical science and physician assistant certificate from Saint Louis University.

Jenny enjoys family medicine and urgent care as they allow her to see patients of all different ages and backgrounds. She enjoys the exposure to a wide array of medical conditions that this setting affords. She is a strong patient educator and advocate and encourages her patients to take a more active role in their own health and well-being. Most importantly, she believes every hospital employee plays an integral role in allowing SJMC to provide the best possible patient care.

Jenny moved to Jackson in 2002. She lives here with her husband and two dogs, Tasha and Echo. In her free time, Jenny enjoys hiking, skiing, reading, and cooking.

Affiliations St. John’s Health Provider
Medical Interests Special Clinical Interests

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants; Certification in Family Medicine obtained November 2000

Education Saint Louis University School of Medicine - Graduate School - Physician Assistant
  • Apr 12, 2021

    Jenny Fritch listened to both me (as the parent) and my son (the patient) to involve him in his care. I loved that she prioritized "normal childhood illness" in evaluating him before jumping to Covid testing (as the diagnosis WAS a normal childhood illness). She was prepared with a variety of tests to evaluate him to treat the true illness. In addition to the telehealth visit, she evaluated him curbside which extended to show the importance of the patient... making him & his illness a priority. so super!!!

  • Apr 7, 2021

    Very excellent experience, I am grateful and appreciative!

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  • Feb 22, 2021

    I was provided with appropriate solutions in a timely manner

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  • Sep 8, 2020

    All medical staff eased my worries re:a bee sting that had closed my eye and inhibited my vision. entire experience was.

  • Sep 1, 2020

    I didn't feel like I was being examined/treated for what I showed up for. I don't feel like I was listened to, wasn't explained anything to and wasn't told any follow up care instructions. This is why I always put off medical care because I don't feel heard, cared about, only that I am there for someone to collect money.

  • Jul 22, 2020

    My telehealth visit was at 5pm and Fritch seemed like she had had a VERY long day. She did her job but was lacking warmth and/or enthusiasm for what she does.

  • Jun 26, 2020

    All the hospital staff were awesome!

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