Dr. Jamison Starbuck is a graduate of National College of Naturopathic Medicine, in Portland, Oregon.  She also attended and graduated from Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon and is an attorney member of the Montana State Bar.  Dr. Starbuck did her undergraduate study at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont and at Salzburg College in Salzburg, Austria.  She graduated from Middlebury with honors, majoring in history and art history.

Dr. Starbuck owns and manages One Doc Naturopathic Medicine clinic in Missoula, Montana.  She has been practicing naturopathic family medicine for over 26 years.  Dr. Starbuck writes a monthly column for Bottom Line Health, an international monthly publication produced by Boardroom, of Stamford, Connecticut.   She  teaches a variety of health related classes to the general public in the Missoula area and regularly appears on the Pea Green Boat, a children’s program on Montana Public Radio.

One of Dr. Starbuck’s enduring loves is of the natural world.  When not practicing medicine, writing or teaching, she is outside, enjoying her horses, dogs, cat and chickens at home or exploring the beautiful mountains, lakes and wild lands of Montana.