Brandon Zabukovic

100 Jordan Hall Of Science
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Dr. Zabukovic ’97 is the managing partner of Primary Care Partners of South Bend.  He also serves as medical director for the Northern Indiana Maternal and Child Health Network and as consulting physician for the residential substance abuse program at the YWCA of North Central IN.  Since 2009, he has been an adjunct professor in preprofessional studies and the Hillebrand Center at Notre Dame.

After a gap year spent working with a community for disabled adults in Rolling Prairie, Ind., he attended New York Medical College, followed by residency at Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Program in South Bend. Additionally, he holds a Master of Public Administration from IUSB School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and is board certified in family medicine and addiction medicine. Additionally, he participated in the Primary Care Faculty Development Fellowship Program through Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.

Dr. Zabukovic delivers highly personal and accessible primary care to a diverse socioeconomic patient base that includes a program specializing in the treatment of pregnant women and families struggling with addiction, mental health disorders, and psychosocial complications.  Additionally, he serves on the Logan Center Protective Services Board as well as on the Michiana Opioid Task Force as chairperson for the secondary prevention and executive committees.

He has received numerous recognitions, including the American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award. Other noteworthy awards include Family Medicine Preceptor of the Year 2008 & 2018 and the Dolly Donahue Award for Community Partnership in 2017.