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Jenifer Kowalik, M.D.

Family Practice / OB/GYN


Contact Info:




BCMC Rural Health Clinic


St. Mary's University - Bachelor of Arts, Biology, 1993
University of Texas Medical School at Houston - Doctorate of Medicine, 1997


Santa Rosa Hospital (San Antonio, Texas) - Family Medicine, 1997-1998


Santa Rosa Hospital (San Antonio, Texas) - Family Medicine, 1998-2000
Santa Rosa Hospital (San Antonio, Texas) - Proctored, Santa Rosa Obstetrics Department, 2003-2007
University of Texas Medical Branch (Austin, Texas) - OB/GYN, 2005-2008


South Texas Regional Medical Center (Jourdanton, Texas) - Preceptorship, Informal Obstetrical Fellowship, 2000-2001


Diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice


Dr. Kowalik has four children, a set of twins named Kayla and Gabbie along with two sons, CJ and Sam. She enjoys reading, gaming, traveling, and watching sports (mostly her daughters play college softball and her sons play baseball). Recently, she has started bowling and playing golf.

More/Other Information:

Professional Society Memberships:
American Academy of Family Physician
Texas Academy of Family Physicians
American Medical Society
Texas Medical Society
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Texas Academy of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Committee Assignments
Curriculum Committee - Santa Rosa Family Practice Residency Program 2000
Credentialing Coordinator – South Texas Regional Medical Center – 2001 – 2002
Atascosa County Chapter Delegate to the TAFP – 2002
UTMB Strategic Planning Committee – 2007
UTMB Clinic Committee 2006 - 2008



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