Victoria Jacobs


Master’s Degree in Nursing, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
Master’s Degree in Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida

Board Certified in Adult Gerontology Primary Care, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
APRN, Adult Gerontology Primary Care
AED Certification
CPR Certification
DEA Certification
Neonatal Resuscitation Program Certification

Victoria Jacobs, APRN is a highly-experienced nurse practitioner in primary care and is board certified in adult gerontology. Jacobs is dedicated and passionate about providing holistic and preventative care and is practiced in diverse health care settings and in treating patients with a variety of comorbidities, illnesses and injuries. She is skilled in patient assessments, diagnostics, medication management and lab interpretations, as well as in procedures such as wound care and infusions. She is certified to perform department of transportation medical examinations by the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.

Jacobs earned Masters Degrees in Nursing and Public Health, as well as her Bachelor of Nursing from the University of South Florida, Tampa.

Prior to joining Family Medical Centers, Jacobs supported patients of all ages from newborns to geriatrics. Most recently as a primary care nurse at Bio Family Clinic in Yuma, Arizona, as well as a neonatal nurse at Tampa General Hospital, Florida where she cared for infants endangered through premature birth and defects or who had neurologic, renal and cardiac concerns.

In her primary care role, she coordinates with physicians, specialists, nutritionists and other medical staff to develop treatment plans for chronic conditions, including diabetes and heart disease. Jacobs also diagnoses and manages acute and chronic diseases, performs and analyzes lab tests for patient plans, and maintains meticulous charting of patient records.

Her multitude of skills and experience over ten years includes primary care, critical care, ICU, pain management, phlebotomy, EMR systems (including ten years of EPIC software), lab experience, triage, neonatal and infant care, medical imaging, medication administration, nurse management and general hospital duties.