Jacek Jablonski, MD
Dr. Jacek Rafal Jablonski was born in the City of Bialystok. He has dual citizenship in Poland and Great Britain. His first language is Polish, however, he is also fluent in English, German and Russian.
His medical training began in Poland, where he received a Doctorate of Medicine, graduating summa cum laude from the Medical University of Warsaw in 2000. In 2011 he completed anesthesiology residency at the John H. Stroger Jr, Hospital of Cook County in Chicago. After residency he returned to Europe where he completed fellowships in Cardiothoracic and Transplant Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine. This training was completed at some of the most prestigious institutions in Europe and in the world - including the Universities of Birmingham and Oxford, University College London, King's College London, Queen Mary University of London, and the National Heart and Lung Institute of Imperial College London.
In addition to his core medical training, he received post-doctoral education in several areas, including Philosophy at the John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin, Poland; Medical Informatics from Northwestern University in Chicago; Quality and Safety in Healthcare from the Imperial College of London.
Dr. Jablonski is among our department’s most well qualified and well credentialed physicians. He is a European Union certified anesthesiologist and intensivist. He currently holds medical licenses or registrations in local and international locations including Illinois, Wisconsin, Texas,
Poland, Germany, and Great Britain. Since March 2020, Dr. Jablonski has practiced cardiothoracic and general anesthesiology in the UT Health San Antonio Department of Anesthesiology. He has clinical privileges at the University Hospital and its Robert B. Green San Antonio Downtown campus.
In his current role he has served as a team leader in many ground-breaking cases. In 2020, he successfully provided anesthesia care for the institution’s first bilateral lung transplant for an end stage respiratory failure caused by COVID-19 pneumonia.Dr. Jablonski continues to be a valued and
indispensable member of our department.