Dr. Robert Clarke MD


Dr. Robert Clarke hails from Trench Town, Kingston, Jamaica and attended Trench Town Comprehensive High School and Kingston Technical High School. After migrating to the USA in 1987, he attended Seaton Hall University, majoring in mathematics and actuarial science. He later attended the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and in 2003, graduated as a medical doctor (MD) in Internal Medicine. In 2005, Dr. Clarke opened his medical practice in East Orange. He is the medical director of Windsor Garden Health and Rehab Center, as well as associate medical director of New Vista Nursing and Rehab Center and is clinical instructor of medicine at his alma mater in New Jersey.

Dr. Clarke is a longstanding member of Caribbean Medical Mission that provides medical care across the Caribbean. In 2010, he joined forces with Dr. Rudolph Willis and formed HELP Jamaica Foundation an acronym for Healthcare for Every Living Person in Jamaica. HELP Jamaica is also the clearinghouse for NAJASO member organizations’ medical missions to Jamaica and in the USA. Dr. Clarke saw the critical need for NAJASO to be fiscally sound in order to carry out its mandate of support in the USA and Jamaica, so agreed to be the NAJASO National Fundraising Chair for fiscal year 2013.