ROBERT CURTIN, MD
Specialties:
Internal Medicine, Board Certified
Diabetes, Hypertension

Education:
BS Biochemistry, Rice University Houston Texas

Medical School:
University of Illinois College of Medicine

Internship:
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI

Residency:
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield IL

Memberships:
American Medical Association
American College of Physicians
Missouri State Medical Association

Hospital Affiliations: St. Anthony's Medical Center

Dr. Robert Curtin, Board Certified in Internal Medicine provides compassionate care to his patients. He is President of the St. Anthony's Physician Organization. He provides care in all areas of internal medicine to his patients and is NCQA certified in Diabetes and Cardiovascular / Stroke. He has been in practice for the past 14 years at St. Anthony's Medical Center and was one of the founding fathers of St. Anthony's Physicians Organization (SAPO) and is currently serving as the President of SAPO.

In his personal life he is the father of two children and is married to Dr. Laura Gardner, Pathologist also with St. Anthony's Medical Center. They like to spend their leisure time traveling.

MATTHEW GIBFRIED, MD
Specialty:
Internal Medicine, Board Certified

Medical Education:
University of Missouri, Columbia Missouri

Residency:
University of Missouri, Columbia Missouri

Hospital Affiliations:
St. Anthony's Medical Center

BETH SJOBLOM, MD

Specialties:
Internal Medicine, Board Certified
Geriatrics, Board Certified
Hospice and Palliative Care, Board Certified

Medical School:
University of Missouri Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia MO

Residency:
University of Missouri Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia MO

Fellowship:
University of Missouri Columbia School of Medicine, Columbia MO

Hospital Affiliations: St. Anthony's Medical Center 

Dr. Beth Sjoblom is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Hospice & Palliative Care and serves as a Certified Medical Director. She graduated from the University of Missouri, School of Medicine, in Columbia where she also completed her residency and fellowship training. For 12 years she served as a medical augmentee with the United States Air Force Reserves involved in specialized training. Her experience also includes years as a physician in intensive care and in the emergency department. She entered her current practice from academic medicine while working for the Veterans Administration. Dr. Sjoblom has received numerous teaching awards as a hospitalist ward attending, clinic attending, and for medical student education. She has been awarded grant funding for various projects including hospice education, palliative care coordination, and a geriatric clinic promoting aging in place. Dr. Sjoblom is an active member of a number of organizations.  She is married and has three grown sons. They are fans of the Cardinals, Blues, Rams, and Missouri Tigers.

PATRICIA JENTSCH, APRN, FNP-C
Specialty:
Family Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified

Medical Education:
Master of Science in Nursing / Family Nurse Practitioner Clarkson College, Omaha, Nebraska

Residency:
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri

Hospital Affiliations:
St. Anthony's Medical Center