Dr. Jacqueline Chu, M.D. grew up in Peoria, Illinois, and is delighted to have called the Boston area home since 2011, when she moved here for her Primary Care Residency at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Dr. Chu completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases through the combined MGH and Brigham and Women’s Hospital training program, where she focused on HIV care. She has been working in Primary Care and Infectious Diseases at MGH and Chelsea HealthCare Center since 2016. Her interests include community-based health care, integrating infectious diseases care into primary care, and treating patients with addiction. Throughout the COVID pandemic, she has been helping plan and lead the hospital and Chelsea’s community response efforts and looks forward to bringing those skills and experiences to Charlestown. In addition to her primary care responsibilities she is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a member of the Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases Faculty at MGH.