Dr. Jeffrey Sartin is an infectious disease physician in the Infectious Disease/Travel Medicine Clinic at Methodist Physicians Clinic Regency. He earned his bachelor’s degree and completed medical school at Emory University in Atlanta. He completed an internal medicine residency and infectious disease fellowship at the Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester, Minnesota.
Dr. Sartin has a wealth of experience. He has been a board-certified internist since 1989, and he became a board-certified infectious disease physician in 1992. He was an internist and infectious disease physician at Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Associates in Omaha for eight years before coming to Methodist.
He has been fascinated with science and medicine since childhood, and the drive to figure things out drew him to treating infectious diseases.
“But what I really like is making patients better,” he said.
Dr. Sartin is involved in all aspects of treating infectious diseases, but he is especially experienced with orthopedic infections, HIV and travel medicine.
In his free time, Dr. Sartin enjoys playing guitar in a jazz band, woodworking, fly fishing, cycling and camping. In 2017 he was part of a humanitarian trip to Jamaica, where he worked in a low-cost clinic. He looks forward to returning to continue that work.