Orville Jacobs, DO

Specialty:

Family Practice

Orville Jacobs
Patient Rating
4.6 / 5 (130 ratings, Read 9 patient reviews)

Physician Profile

Profile

Gender:
Male

Education

Drake University, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Des Moines University, Doctor of Osteopathy

Mercy Capitol

Professional Memberships

American Osteopathic Association

American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians

Iowa Osteopathic Medical Association

Board Certification

American Osteopathic Board of General Practice

Iowa Board of Medical Examiners

Iowa Board of Pharmacy

Locations

Patient Reviews

April 05, 2022
The Salt Lake Clinic has a very good providers, and they do really well and they connect with their patients. Don't let them go, they are good people and they know their patients and they take care of people.
September 22, 2021
Was a great experience with doctors and nurses everytime I go there
September 07, 2021
He didn't resolve my issue. I have a splinter I wanted removed but he didn't. He didn't, "want to make me bleed." He picked at the surface with forceps and that was all. He told me to soak it in epson salt and let it work its way out. So now I have a bill and still have a splinter. He told me to come back if it gets infected. I feel like Dr Jacobs wants to do the absolute minimum before he retires.
August 20, 2021
it was good. no problems
August 16, 2021
We appreciated the doctor called back when he decided he would like to know little more before he prescribed medication.
August 12, 2021
great visit
June 23, 2021
Yep, the nurse did a very diligent job, very friendly, very nice. The doctor did a very diligent job, very friendly, very nice. I can't fault them in any way. They give me a call up on my blood test and that was very courteous and very kind. So I can't say enough good about. ... Thank you much. Bye.
May 19, 2021
Dr. Jacob's is great.
January 27, 2021
The nurse seems to lack empathy or even any care at all regarding patients and is only interested in symptoms, not patient care. There is no rapport building at all and I honestly dread when she is the nurse on duty. Patient history is important as it pertains to symptoms but, on more than this visit (even those visits with my children), she will cut off what is being communicated with an abrupt and annoyed 'What are the symptoms', she then inputs them and leaves the room after stating the doctor will be in shortly. Dr. Jacobs and Kaelyn are fantastic, however and I appreciate their attention and friendliness.